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  • on September 09, 2012

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    Love, love, love this recipe. We are visiting in the mountains in Colorado and went to the farmers market in Crested Butte. We got fresh pears and followed the recipe exactly. I did not have cardamon, but used the other spices. Quick and easy. Love your show. Have printed other recipes and anxious to try them. My husband loves this recipe. I am eating the leftovers for my breakfast in the morning. This is a keeper recipe and plan to cook it for my friends when they arrive up in the mountains to visit with us in a few weeks. Will try other fruits too. Thank you Kelsey. Loved you on the Food Network Star too.

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  • on August 12, 2011

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    Cooking now, but smells great. Can't wait for it to be cool enough to eat. Like the recipe because you can use any in-season fruit. I grew up making cobbler from canned peaches. This is a big improvement over canned.

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