It loses one star because the liquid didn't quite thicken enough - more cornstarch next time. Great combo of fruit flavors and as others have noted, not overly sweet. Fun to roll out the biscuit topping! Pro-tip - I made the dough in my food processor - pulse after the dry ingredients, pulse a few times after adding the butter to make coarse crumbs - then add the buttermilk and pulse until blended. Then knead and roll out as directed. For guests I'd likely do an egg wash on the top of the biscuits or at least a sprinkle of raw sugar just for the aesthetics.
Been making this since it was first published - it's simple and tasty.
Light, not heavy on sugar so flavors of fruit stood out. Dough was a little difficult to handle so I cut it into squares and layered on fruit. Second baking 22 minutes to get golden biscuits.
Two words, loved it. I thought the peach and blueberry flavors went together very well. The recipe was fairly easy to make and would be a great dessert for company during the summer. I served the dish with vanilla ice-cream which complimented it perfectly. I also liked the fact that not much sugar and fat were in the dish. Many fruit dishes call for tons of sugar and are overly sweet, but this dish was perfect. I've added this to my recipe box.