Recent Examples of cobbler from the Web
If Adidas and Carbon succeed, bespoke footwear—once the purview of high-end, old-school cobblers—will get a technological upgrade and casual makeover for the digital age.
But the secret highlight on the menu is the peach cobbler, flaky and fresh instead of doughy.
That sherry cobbler suddenly turns into three underwhelming sips under a pile of ice.
Cool the cobbler for 15 minutes, and then serve warm with ice cream.
Dessert options will include blueberry cobbler and banana pudding.
Perhaps some blueberry cobbler served à la mode with vanilla ice cream to end your voyage?
Complete your Thanksgiving feast with a half-pan of cornbread ($8.99) and a whole cobbler ($21.99) or pumpkin crunch ($29.99).
Under a beautiful blue sky, apple butter was boiled in 40 gallon copper kettles over open wood fires as hundreds of visitors sampled hard apple cider, apple cobbler, and, of course, apple butter.
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Origin and Etymology of cobbler
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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