When it comes to cooking, there are plenty of secrets if you asked Sweetie Pies star, Miss Robbie and her son, Tim Norman. In a recent episode of The Real, the OWN stars showed fans and The Real audience just how to make a good pear cobbler.
As Miss Robbie tries to keep her soul-food empire going, she's missing one thing: love! In the video clip below, Miss Robbie and her son, Tim helped Tamar Braxton and Loni Love make her famous pear cobbler while dishing some secrets about the show.
When Tamar asked Miss Robbie where did the "pear cobbler come from?" Miss Robbie replied, "this was my mom's recipe." She continued, "In the summer they would can fruit all year and when she would run out of peaches she'd make a pear cobbler."
Tim revealed that he did follow his mother's recipe, but he also added some remix to his flavors. Miss Robbie admitted that her son made better chicken than what she taught him and said that her son was hiding some of his own secrets.
"He fixes better chicken than me so I think he got some secrets that he's not sharing with mom, so I'm kind of pissed," Mama Robbie said.
Tim claims that he hasn't told his mother all of his secrets because he'd get punished. "You can't tell mama all your secrets because you get put on punishment," Tim said.
As the ladies and one gentleman were making the famous cobbler, Miss Robbie admitted that she used "canned pears," because they were already marinated and sweetened.
She made it clear that you couldn't be "afraid of the can," because "ain't nobody got time for" making pears sweet when they already have canned pears ready.
While cooking, Loni asked Miss Robbie was she "making a special cobbler for a special man in her life." She replied, "I would love to," as her son Tim chimed in and said, "I wish."
Miss Robbie continued, "I'm looking for man you know one that could take me out to dinner, and one that has a sense of humor."
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