Good grief! these reviews hurt my head. I used a premium brand of peaches, in heavy syrup. I measured the liquid in the cans (14.5 oz each can) which was about 1/3 cup of heavy syrup in each can. I then used all they heavy syrup, but omitted the water called for in the recipe. I then substituted the corn starch for, 1/4 cup of Tapioca, which I allowed to sit in the peach mixture for about 15 minutes, while I prepared the batter and the melted butter and allowed the oven to come to the 350 degrees. I melted the butter as described in the recipe, and poured the peaches in pan first, then poured the thin batter on top. To the top of that, I added the cinnamon, nutmeg and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. I baked for 65 minutes on the top rack. I allowed more than one hour of cooling and set up after baking. The end result was a peach cobbler that was very good, not too thick nor too thin. The taste was delicious!
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Good grief! these reviews hurt my head. I used a premium brand of peaches, in heavy syrup. I...