Last weekend was our monthly supper club date. We got together with old friends.
You’ve heard about supper clubs and maybe you belong to one? I know some are fancy and
try new recipes and have theme nights. Ours is not, just old friends getting together.
Usually, we just have, what you’d call, comfort food.
Our gracious hostess for the evening loves gardening. We have that in common.
I’m always anxious to see what she’s planted. We share plantings too. Last fall, she gave us slips from her hummingbird vine. Unfortunately, our resident rabbit ate mine. L I was so disappointed, but I’m going to try again next fall. Any suggestions on keeping rabbits from eating your plants? They also ate a blueberry bush. It wouldn’t have been so bad if they’d just ate the blueberries, but no, the whole bush, leaves, stems, trunk and all!
Well, it was a perfect evening to dine outside.
Dessert was my contribution to the evening. After browsing through cookbooks and recipes files, I couldn’t decide what to prepare. Peered in my pantry to see what I already had since I wasn’t in the mood to grocery shop. Much rather be in the garden this time of the year. Oh wow! There’s two cans of peaches!
Peach Cobbler it will be! Remember, what I said?
We’re not a fancy supper club, just old friends getting together.
Preheated my oven to 350 degrees.
Melted two sticks of butter in a 9 x 13 Pyrex dish.
(I always use real butter! Trust me. It makes all the difference in the world.)
2 cups of flour, 2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp salt
- 2 cups of sugar
- 2 cups of milk
Poured batter over butter. Did not stir.
Poured 2 cups of fruit (I used canned peaches, undrained) over batter. Did not stir.
Baked for 45 minutes or until browned and bubbly.
Everyone loved it cause remember what I said? We’re not a fancy supper club,
just old friends getting together.
I’m sharing with others at Outdoor Wednesday.