Cherry Cobblers

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By James Peterson

Published 2009

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A cobbler is simply fruit—here, Bing cherries—baked with crumbled biscuit dough on top. The crisp dough provides a contrasting texture to the soft fruit. You can make cobblers out of just about any fruit, fresh or frozen. And unlike fruit pies and tarts for which you have to do something to absorb the liquid released by the raw fruit, for cobblers this is unimportant. In fact, a cobbler with hot runny fruit juice in the bottom of the dish is quite lovely. The ratio of fruit to dough depends