FOOD 101: Crisp, Crumble, Cobbler ~ The Difference

[1] Cherry cobbler—the biscuit dough dropped on top of the fruit resembles cobblestones (photo © Choose Cherries). [2] It’s called a cobbler because the biscuit topping looks like cobblestones. The Le Creuset gratin pan is from Williams Sonoma (photo © Williams Sonoma). [3] An apple crisp, called a crumble in the U.K. The cooked fruit…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Low-Calorie Fruit Skewers (Kabobs)

If you’re ready to switch gears after chocolate-filled Valentine’s Day festivities, fruit kabobs with yogurt dip are a sweet transition—low-calorie and healthy, too. For a snack or light dessert, simply skewer pineapple chunks, melon balls, berries, grapes, orange segments—whatever catches your eye in the produce section—in interesting patterns (or, serve them as fruit salad). You…
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