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DID YOU SAY COBBLER?
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DID YOU SAY COBBLER?


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We all love recipes passed down from our grandmother and Aunts. I hope you will love the country cobbler recipes that are loved and passed down for generations. Some are made from fresh fruit and some are made with canned fruit. All proceeds go toward missions.
We all love recipes passed down from our grandmother and Aunts. I hope you will love the country cobbler recipes that are loved and passed down for generations. Some are made from fresh fruit and some are made with canned fruit. All proceeds go toward missions.
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NANA'S COBBLER by Karen & Missy Wix Richland, KY
 
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Debbie's Fruit Cobbler submitted by Debbie Bearden , Madisonville, KY
 
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HOMEMADE KENTUCKY BLACKBERRY COBBLER
 
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Grandmothers Iron Skillet Apple Pie
 
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Old South Peach Cobbler
 
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Homemade Skillet Cherry Cobbler for Two
 
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Old Fashion Lemon Cobbler
 
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Pear Cobbler
 



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NANA'S COBBLER by Karen & Missy Wix Richland, KY
When Missy was young she spent a lot of time with my mom and dad while I worked and her Nana taught her to bake! Missy has used her Nana's cobbler recipe to help raise over $2000 for missions this year!

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Debbie's Fruit Cobbler submitted by Debbie Bearden , Madisonville, KY
Add some ice cream to this hot cobbler...delicious

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HOMEMADE KENTUCKY BLACKBERRY COBBLER
When I serve this wonderful dessert, memories flood back of blackberry picking, chiggers, and my grandmothers kitchen with the wood burning stove...and the wonderful smell of fresh baked blackberry cobbler.

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Grandmothers Iron Skillet Apple Pie
iron skillets make the best apple cobblers

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Old South Peach Cobbler
Comfort food and home made can't get any better than that.

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Homemade Skillet Cherry Cobbler for Two
Cooking for two is always hard to prepare , always have food left over, this is a quick dessert for two people.

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Old Fashion Lemon Cobbler
I love lemons, this is the perfect light dessert.

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Pear Cobbler
Perfect for fall

We all love recipes passed down from our grandmother and Aunts. I hope you will love the country cobbler recipes that are loved and passed down for generations. Some are made from fresh fruit and some are made with canned fruit. All proceeds go toward missions.

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DID YOU SAY COBBLER?

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We all love recipes passed down from our grandmother and Aunts. I hope you will love the country cobbler recipes that are loved and passed down for generations. Some are made from fresh fruit and some are made with canned fruit. All proceeds go toward missions.


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Health Low Carb Eating

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My online cookbooks are a collection of my favorite recipes from friends and book and online recipes. This one is all those recipes to help you stay on a low carb or Keto, Akins diet. I had wanted to publish a cookbook to raise money for missionaries, then thought everyone looks online for recipes, so instead of paying $15 or more for a recipe book, it is less than $2. and can be downloaded, to cloud or a flash drive to save space. All proceeds will go to help missionaries around the world.


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Church Lady's Best One Dish Meals

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Best Recipes for one pot meals, a collection of found recipes from the best cooks and grandmothers cookbook and saved recipes, all proceeds go to help missionaries all over the world.


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Church Lady's Best Cake Recipes'

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Church Lady's Best Cake Recipes is a collection of recipes from all the great cooks who have collected recipes , some from their grandmothers or just new ones from the internet....the purpose is to have them in one place, and to raise funds for missionaries all over the world.


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Church Lady's Best Mexican Recipes

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A collection of old and new Mexican recipes. I hope you enjoy this book, all proceeds will go to help missionaries all over the world.


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Church Lady's Best Recipes

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Often I have thought about publishing another cookbook to raise funds for missionaries. Then I thought why not do a on line recipe book with all the favorite recipes that our great cooks have, that way if someone wants to help out missions they can purchase the book or they can review all the recipes on line for free. Ether way it will be a fun project.


 
 
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