How To Make One Sweet Cherry Cobbler
As many of you know, I recently started building Squidoo lenses. Squidoo is a website where anyone can go and build a page, called a lens, about anything that interests them. Squidoo is easy to use, and I have had a lot of fun with my Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner, Best of the Wurst, Teaching Your Kids to Cook and Coq au Vin lenses. I plan on building more lenses in the future because, as anyone who uses Squidoo can tell you, it can be more than a little addictive!
One of the best aspects of Squidoo is the community of people who use it. I have met many wonderful, helpful and supportive people on Squidoo. One of my favorite new Squidoo friends is Chef Achim Thiemermann, or “Chef Keem.”
Chef Keem has been a lensmaster for a little over a year and already has published over 100 lenses! Apart from that, he also sells amazing candies and has a line of flavored agave nectar that he sells on ebay and in Whole Foods in TX, CO, OK and LA. As if all that weren’t enough, he is also the Executive Chef for the Driftwood Lodge in SE Alaska. The man is a dynamo!
I have been fortunate enough to try some of Chef Keem’s products. His Espresso Sea Salt Caramel Truffles are a wonderful treat, but I think the Agasweet, his flavored agave nectar, is so tasty and so versatile that I was inspired to create a recipe with it. This is based on his wife’s recipe for peach cobbler, and I have modified it to work with cherries. So, this one is for my new friend, Squidoo Lensmaster Chef Keem.