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This is an outstanding, and simple recipe that can be used all year long using seasonal fruits with complementary spirits. Delicious! I made it in late Spring with apricots, grapes and violet liqueur.

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Mme M June 13, 2007

This is a nice little cobbler dish. I did use dried cherries soaked in some kirsh instead of the raisins. Served with french vanilla icecream.

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andypandy June 10, 2007

Easy and delicious! I skipped the bourbon but did add the Splenda. We enjoyed this low fat, guilt free dessert so much, thanks for posting Kate!

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~Leslie~ July 05, 2006

This was very good and an easy way to use up some things I needed to use up (some getting old light bread and too many apples). I didn't have any lemons so I used limes which was quite nice. I omitted the bourbon (because I didn't have any and thought the kids wouldn't eat it that way anyway) but want to try that next time. I also, loosely, tripled it to serve a family of 4. I found that by doing that I had 4 regular sized servings and 1 leftover for dh to take to work tomorrow to eat with some vanilla yogurt in his lunch. I will come clean and admit that I added 1 tbsp. splenda to the breadcrumbs but I figured since I was using light bread..... Thanks Kate!

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ladypit January 04, 2006

Really easy and yummy. I didnt have raisins so I used dried cranberries with the apples- very Christmas'y'. The bread crumbs were an interesting twist as a topping. Great recipe! Thanks for sharing. Wish I had a prettier dish to serve this in bc it is so beautiful.

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) December 31, 2005
Guilt Free Fruit Gratin