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EllenCooks | Sep 16, 201808:28 PM     5

I have two Indian blood peach trees. I believe they’re also called Cherokee peaches. The flesh is red. The flavor is a bit tart but really good! If any SF Bay Area Chowhounds want some starts I usually get a few each year from fallen peaches. I can make cobblers and pies but don’t want all the sugar.

I’m looking for ideas! I don’t want really to make jam. I’d like some savory ideas. I’ve made a peach, chicken and lavender dish that was a big hit. (From Diana Henry’s Bird in the Hand). I can add a chopped peach to my oatmeal in the morning. (Delicious!). Other ideas?

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