The origin of peach cobbler is not entirely clear, but it is believed to have been created in the southern United States during the 19th century. The word “cobbler” comes from the British term “cobble,” which means to patch or repair.
The original cobblers were savory meat dishes made with a filling of meat and vegetables topped with a layer of biscuits or dumplings. However, as fruits became more readily available and affordable, sweet fruit cobblers began to emerge, including peach cobbler.
Peach cobbler quickly became a popular dessert in the southern states of the US, where peaches were abundant. It was a simple and rustic dessert, made with fresh or canned peaches and a biscuit-like topping. It was often served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
The main difference between Mediterranean-style peach cobbler and American-style peach cobbler is in the ingredients and flavors used. Mediterranean-style peach cobbler often incorporates flavors and ingredients common in Mediterranean cuisine, such as honey, nuts, and feta cheese
Here’s a recipe you can try:
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