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Choose the Right Dessert

National Cherry Cobbler Day is dedicated every May 17th to the delicious tart dessert that many enjoy with ice cream.

In the United States, cobbler refers to a variety of dishes that consist of a fruit filling (cherry being a popular choice ) covered with a batter, biscuit or pie crust that is then baked.  Some cobblers have both a top and bottom crust.

Cobblers originated in the early British American colonies.  It was because of the lack of suitable ingredients and proper cooking equipment that the English settlers were unable to make their traditional suet puddings, so to improvise, they covered a stewed filling with a layer of uncooked biscuits or dumplings.

A cherry cobbler differs from a crisp as a cobbler lacks oatmeal. Sometimes the cobbler is topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! — HT: National Calendar

I love desserts. Maybe that is what keeps me from being too stressed (which is just desserts spelled backwards).  Cherry cobbler happens to be a favorite especially when it comes with a couple of scoops of vanilla bean ice cream.

Choosing a good dessert is like finding a good realtor. Some desserts leave the taste buds without the feeling of being satisfied just as some realtors do for their clients. When you go to a bakery or a restaurant and they advertise their desserts as the very best, you expect the morsel to live up to your expectations.

Sadly, we speak to quite a few people who feel dissatisfied.  Many things were promised to them, but most of it was just empty promises designed to get a house on the market or to try and get another easy commission check.

Our recommendation is to make sure that your realtor (like your dessert choice) is to your satisfaction.  Hold them to a high standard and don’t settle for a bad choice like a dessert filled with sugar-free ingredients. If we can help you in your real estate goals, please connect with us today 307-635-0303.


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