It’s no secret that I love summer fruit. Tomatoes are close to the top of the list, but I love peaches. And, finally, it’s peach season. I usually don’t get around to doing anything with them besides eating them as soon as they’re soft, but maybe this week I’ll get around to it, because these recipes look yummy!
First, get in the mood by reading “The Annual Hunt for Perfectly Ripe Peaches” on The Atlantic.
The Atlantic also has a fairly lengthy post about canning peaches. I still haven’t gotten up the guts to try canning, but if I was going to can something, peaches might be it.
Next, move on to the recipes, starting with Ruth Reichl’s warm peach cobbler.
Cynthia has a recipe for grilled fruit quesadillas. Fruit, almond butter, cinnamon? These may be happening sooner rather than later in our house, especially since I just bought a whole mess of tortillas.
What’s (possibly) better than fruit crisp? Peach Amaretti Crumble from Closet Cooking.
Serious Eats has posted a Galette of White Peaches and Tomatoes. I’m in the midst of a love affair with galettes (recipe links coming, I promise!) I’m not sure where I’d get the heirloom tomatoes, but it’s definitely an idea I’m holding on to.
Oh, and because it’s completely necessary:
Any perfect peach preparations out there that I missed?
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