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Cuppa, Cuppa, Cuppa

Friday, July 16, 2010 @ 02:07 AM Karen Hood

The following is an old time recipe from Sherrene Garland who shared this recipe with her CSA. Everyone has an old family tucked in a well worn recipe book or in an over-stuffed file. New age or gourmet recipes can set the trends for “in-style foods”, but the recipes handed down through the generations are the one’s that we treasure. Here’s how she describes the recipe, “When I was a young girl, my Grandmother, would make a cobbler out of any fruit that was in season. She called it ‘Cupa Cupa Cupa’. Eating it brings back so many fond memories of my childhood. I know that she would love me sharing it with you all!”

cupa milk
cupa flour
cupa sugar
Stew 4-6 cups of fruit, with some sugar to taste, for about ten minutes.
Pour sweetened fruit mixture in a baking dish.
Mix the milk, flour and sugar together.
Pour over the stewed fruit.
Cook for about an hour until bubbly and golden brown.
Serve with fresh cream or ice cream.

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