Donna's Daily Dish
Inspiring people to create every day recipes
This week ShopRite has on sale a flat of blueberries. You get six pint containers for $7.99, or if you have a flyer, there’s a coupon for $6.99 with an additional $10 purchase. I missed this offer last summer and was delighted to see that ShopRite had it this year.
As it happened, in this past weekend’s New York Times, in the column Here to Help, Molly O’Neill published a blueberry cobbler recipe from the famed San Francisco restaurant Chez Panisse. I couldn’t resist trying this recipe as I love blueberries. Overall, there wasn’t much sugar in the recipe, enough just to enhance the blueberries. As I was having company yesterday morning, I made this very quickly. I used my 1-1/2 quart oval Corning ware casserole dish, it fit perfectly and looked so pretty with the biscuits on top. I served it after supper last night and both my sister-in-law and husband loved it. The blueberries were tasty, not too sweet and a perfect ratio of biscuit to blueberries.
New Jersey blueberries can be found at ShopRite, Delicious Orchards, Colts Neck and perhaps your local farm stands.
Chez Panisse’s Blueberry Cobbler
YIELD: 4 to 6 servings
TIME: 1 hour 15 minutes
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.