The Secret Behind Some of Southern California’s Best Cobbler

According to Clifton Powell, Pasadena’s Gourmet Cobbler Factory has a simple recipe for success
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • October 7, 2020
On a quiet side street just off Pasadena’s busy Colorado Boulevard, the sweet, smoky smell of barbecued meat and buttery fruit cobbler mingle in the air. Through the front window of an unassuming storefront, a neon open sign shines brightly and,...
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