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Cobbler is a traditional American baked dish, usually a dessert. It consists of a filling which is placed in a large baking dish, such as a Dutch oven, which is covered by a layer of pastry as a crust. The result is then baked.
Cobblers are generally filled with fresh fruit, most commonly apples, peaches, and cherries. They can also be filled with meat and vegetables to be served as a main course. A cobbler is similar to a pie, but lacks the bottom crust.
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