Adapted from FoodTV's Sara Moulton. I've tweaked the fruit part quite a bit. In the summer, when we harvest peaches and blueberries, I make a large batch of the fruit part. I freeze it in recipe-quantity and then thaw for year-round cobbler. This recipe starts upside down with the cobbler dough on the bottom of the pan. The dough will migrate to the top and make a true cobbler crust. My kids like to watch thru the oven door as this happens. If you love crust, make a half batch of the fruit and a full batch of the dough. Cook in a 9x13 pan and you'll have just enough fruit (1/4 inch) to go with the crispy goodness. It's wonderful warm over vanilla icecream. I'll admit to eating it cold (leftover) for breakfast when no one is looking. If I use blueberries, I use 1 cup blueberries to 3 cups peaches. I'm sure it would work with other fruits.