N.B. Opinions vary infinitely regarding the difference, if there is one, between a crisp and a crumble. One might have oats, but the other might too. According to Gourmet, “A crisp is called a crumble in Britain.” Jolly good, carry on.
A brown betty is the easiest of all: fruit baked with buttery bread crumbs on top.
A buckle is like a coffee cake with fruit inside: cake batter on the bottom, streusel crumbs (flour + sugar + butter) on top.
A crisp and a crumble are the same thing: fruit baked with streusel on top.
A cobbler is fruit baked with biscuit dough on top.
A grunt and a slump are the same thing: fruit cooked with dumplings on top — basically, steamed cobblers.
A pandowdy is a pantsless pie — just a top crust, broken up with a knife.
- The Trump White House has a habit of taking credit for business deals struck under Obama, as they did today with a Ford investment plan from 2015.