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Liddy’s Peach Cobbler!

Food, family, faith, and football define what it means to be Southern! Bon appetit! I had fun sharing a recipe’ from Shiloh…
T. M. Brown is a Southern boy at heart, although he’s lived and traveled in many states far removed from his beloved boyhood roots in Georgia and Florida. He returned to his Southern roots several years ago while his two sons were still in school and regularly traveled throughout the South before returning to college shortly after his youngest son graduated. In the last fifteen years he has preached, taught and coached in Alabama, Georgia and Florida until his wife and he moved outside of Atlanta and retired to write, travel, and spoil grandchildren.


Mike Brown’s Latest Book Release – Testament  

In this sequel to Sanctuary, A Legacy of Memories, Theo and Liddy are finally sinking deep roots into their new hometown of Shiloh. Friendships are blossoming as Liddy ponders an offer to become the new art teacher at Shiloh High while Theo sends off his manuscript for Jessie’s Story to be published. Life appears to be settling down, but ominous shadows from the town’s past herald more tragedy lie ahead in little old Shiloh.

Mike’s recipe for Liddy’s Peach Cobbler

The following recipe comes from the kitchen of Connie my wife for the past 45 years. Her cooking inspired the inclusion of many scrumptious food mentions in my stories. The ingredients are simple and easy to have on hand and takes no time at all to whip up a batch. What makes Liddy’s Peach Cobbler so special is the warmth of Liddy’s personality which makes everyone feel welcome.One box of favorite yellow cake mix
Two 16 oz cans sliced peaches with heavy syrup
One stick butter
Vanilla Ice Cream

Grease 9×13 casserole dish. Sprinkle half of the cake mix in the bottom of the pan. Pour all the peaches with syrup evenly around the pan. Sprinkle remainder of cake mix on top. Lastly cut butter into small pieces and distribute on top. Sprinkle on some cinnamon. Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes, until brown. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!

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