noun- any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink, or that plants absorb, in order to maintain life and growth.

"I need food that feeds my soul."

Dj and I made peach cobbler for the class and it was a hit. Since the food turned out great and making it was such a fun experience I decided to share the process.

I thought this was easy but I wanted to do some more googling to see what else I could find. I’m particular about my cobbler so I wanted to get it just right. I was feeling a lot of pressure because not only was the entire convergence sequence going to try it, but this was my first time making cobbler.

Here is the recipe.

1 cup of self rising flour

1 cup of sugar

1 cup of sugar for peaches

1 can on heavy syrup peaches

1 cup of milk



The first thing we did was mix all of the dry ingredients together. Next was stirring in the water. 

While Dj was stirring, I started cooking the peaches on the stove. Letting the fruit simmer before putting in the cobbler helps soften the peaches. 

The second to last step was placing the peaches in the battered layered pan. This last step was something I came up with on my own. I love deserts that have crumbled toppings. So, I made one for the cobbler. Using the dry ingredients needed for the batter I made the best crumbled topping I've ever had. All I did was add melted butter and stirred. After I topped the cobbler off with the crumble, we put the peach desert in the oven for 45 minutes. 


 At the end of the 45- minutes we had more than a cobbler. When we finished filling the cobbler pan we found that there was a lot of left over batter. So, we decided to use it to make peach cobbler cupcakes and a loaf of cake. Dj called this solution "Multi-Media Cooking". 

Sierra Morris