Friday, November 4, 2011

Giving Thanks and Pear Cobbler with Blueberry Crumble


Recently, I made this pear cobbler with blueberry crumble again and just had to take a few pictures right out of the oven to remind you of how yummy it is!
 

I've been making this Tyler Florence inspired cobbler for a few years now.  In fact it was one of the first few posts on my blog!   Delicious in the fall, you can dot this dessert with blueberries or cranberries.  I think this is an elegant looking cobbler and one that it a bit unique, for the pears are only halved to see their curvy shape!

The recipe is in the previous post, or you can find it in "Tyler's Ultimate" cookbook.


I love November, my Friends!  Not only is it the beginning of the best baking season of the year (yay!) but it's a month to specifically remember and thank the Lord for all of the blessings He has given us. 

Psalm 100:4
"Enter into His gates with thanksgiving and into His courts with praise.  Be thankful to Him and bless His name."

 





6 comments:

Linda said...

That looks wonderful!!

Jacqueline said...

I came to visit from Pinterest on your Ooey Gooey Chocolate Chip Butter Cake! I am wishing for a piece for breakfast! This looks like another fabulous "breakfast" food! Really you shouldn't look at food blogs before you eat!

Shareen Dunn said...

Leslie, The pictures look fantastic and I cannot wait to try this recipe. It looks mouth-watering.

Shareen Dunn said...

Recipe is mouth-watering. Love the photos, Leslie.

Debbie Kay said...

Just found your blog....your cooking looks and probably tastes like a big warm hug.

Nice to meet you.

Debbie

Leslie said...

Awe, thank you so very much Debbie!! I hope you'll visit again soon! :)
Leslie