Good Eats: Celebrate July 4th with a Plop

Good Eats: Celebrate July 4th with a Plop

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Faith Durand
Jul 3, 2008

Our friends over at Serious Eats are telling us to celebrate July 4th with a plop instead of a bang. What's a plop, we ask?

A plop, it turns out, is another variation on cobbler, crumble, pandowdy, and all the other baked fruit and batter desserts that are so dear to American hearts. The cherry plop recipe here is basically cherries covered with pancake batter. Looks pretty good to us!

Celebrating July Fourth with a Plop (Not a Bang)

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