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Summer is coming to a close, and I needed to bake one last peach pie before my beloved peaches go out of season. The city pools are closed, we’re shopping for back to school supplies – is it me or … Continue reading
It’s peach season, and this easy, single crust tart is the perfect way to showcase these beauties! Even easier, is a method of dropping ripe peaches in boiling water for a few seconds, then to an ice bath, and their … Continue reading
Since the produce vendors still have fresh peaches on their stands, I made one last peach dessert over the weekend. A simple crumb mixture pressed into a cake pan, a layer of peaches, and topped with more crumb mixture. With … Continue reading
Summer is coming to an end, and I had to make one last peach pie, this one with enormous blackberries I found in the market on Saturday. As much as I look forward to cooler days, I will miss the fabulous corn, … Continue reading
This tart is a snap to throw together – a press in dough, sliced peaches, and a sprinkled topping. A short bake time is perfect for the heat wave we’ve been having!
Last year was a bad one for peaches in these parts, something about a rainy spring. In an attempt to make up for lost time, I made this pie for my friend Dan Love – world traveler, photographer extraordinaire, baseball … Continue reading
Galettes – when there’s no time no make a pie. They’re rustic, show off their luscious fillings, and can be thrown together in a snap. You can even use store bought crusts – no judgment here! A galette is the … Continue reading
This is a simple peach cake that’s perfect for summer. Unfussy, one pan, no icing, incredibly moist, just a sprinkling of confectioner’s sugar and you’re all set!