I RECEIVED this recipe from my mother. It's one of the first desserts I make in the spring when our rhubarb comes in.
I discovered rhubarb and peaches go well together, and the biscuits make it a hearty dessert.
-Sheila Butler, Kansas City, Missouri
EVERYONE notices a special taste in this cobbler. It's orange peel, which enhances the color and gives this traditional dessert a delicious distinction.
Cobblers usually serve a large group, so it's convenient to have a recipe that makes just enough for two.
-Betty Clark, Mt. Vernon, Missouri
The nutmeg comes through in this effortless version of peach cobbler that relies on convenient canned pie filling and refrigerated biscuits. "It is very good served warm," recommends Phyllis Schmalz of Kansas City, Kansas.
This recipe is one of our most popular desserts. It was created by John, who is a chef, and a friend when we opened the inn in 1967, The inn was named for the uniforms worn by Colonel John Haslet and his troops. They marched from Dover's Green to join General George Washington in the War from Independence in 1776.—Marie Nemphos, King of Prussia, Delaware