While nothing beats biting into a fresh peach or cooking up an easy peach cobbler recipe, Chowhound’s peach recipes use the versatile fruit for everything from peach and hazelnut mascarpone bruschetta to white peach sangria.

Peak Season Produce at Your Labor Day Barbecue Is a Perfect Way to Bid Goodbye to Summer

Labor Day is almost upon us, and it's the perfect occasion to showcase the last of summer produce (*sob*). While Labor Day was created as a tribute to the American laborer, it has since also become...

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Stone Fruits 2017 @ Andy's Orchard in Morgan Hill

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 4 years ago

Andy's Orchard in Morgan Hill is my favorite source of tree-ripened stone fruit. It opened last week for the season. My first time to visit at the start of the harvest, beginning with cherries, and...

What to do with a boat load of peaches?

by ceponatia 4 years ago

Hi all, I have about 6 or 7 large peaches that my mother bought and she says they're too sweet for her to eat. She typically wastes enough food in a year to feed all of the homeless in and aroun...

Canning Peaches

by susansgarden 4 years ago

While I'm on a roll with making mistakes........... I thought I better reach out to see if there is anything special I need to know about canning peaches in honey water -

Peaches, 2017 crop

by zackly 4 years ago

I've been reading/hearing about poor peach crops in Georgia & South Carolina due to a late freeze. Yields are down up to 90%. A great peach is a rare and wonderful thing here in the Northeast (CT) ...

What's up with the stone fruit this summer?

by watertowngourmet 4 years ago

Anyone have any idea why all of the larger stone fruit (peaches, nectarines, plums) are tasteless? I have yet to find a good peach (firm, sweet, ripens well). My go-to is usually Wilson Farms (or R...

Adjustment needed for FROZEN peaches?

by soccermom13 5 years ago

I had more peaches than we could eat last week, so I sliced and froze some. Now my freezer is a wee bit too full, so I would like to make this cobbler: http://www.startribune.com/recipe-peach-cob...

Peach cake using Bisquick

by klmsfd 13 years ago

My grandmother made a totally wonderful peach cake with Bisquick. Grandma would make this Bisquick batter and then add fresh, sliced peaches. The cake was not very high - it was like made in a shee...

Peach overload SOS

by swfood 5 years ago

I picked up an enormous basket--10+lbs-- of bargain "ice cream peaches" (e.g. some turning overripe) at the farmers market earlier today. I was pleasantly surprised at how many still aren't quite r...

Lidia Bastinach's Peach Stuffed Potato Dumplongs

by Viking Blood 5 years ago

Where can I get the recipe for peach stuffed potato dumplings that Lidia had on her show a few weeks ago? I've tried all of her wewbsites and most of her books. They were rolled in a breadcrumb and...

Long Island Peaches

by MacTAC 5 years ago

I've been checking Davis for a few weeks and saw no activity except an Open In July sign that looked like it could have been there since last year, and a 64(?) acres For Sale sign next to their dri...

Cling vs. Freestone Peaches and Nectarines

by debodun 6 years ago

Is there any way to tell the difference between freestone and cling peaches or nectarines without cutting into the fruit?

Andy's Orchard: Fay Elberta, Amish Paste Tomatoes [Morgan Hill]

by SteveG 14 years ago

Andy's Orchard has a new selection of stone fruit available this week, but some of the varieties are the same. Fay Elbertas are still available, though I don't know how much longer they will be;...

Preserving (freeze, jam, jar) peaches and figs

by itryalot 5 years ago

We love peaches - peach crostatas, cakes and pies. Also love them grilled with pork, as jams and preserved. We also love fig jam and are wondering how figs freeze. 1. Freezing peaches: Can we do...

When to eat a peach

by Birmingham 11 years ago

We were just given a gift of 12 large peaches. Gave 5 away to a neighbor. The 7 we kept all have spots that are soft and wrinkled--but the majority of each fruit is still quite firm. Not sure how l...

Peach Boards

by scunge 5 years ago

A long while ago I would by a bakery item that was referred to as a "Peach Board". Sliced and spiced fresh peaches on a flat (slightly sweet) pastry . Peaches and spices I have , the dough for the ...

Flats of peaches, other stone fruits in West Sonoma County

Dave MP
by Dave MP 5 years ago

At the end of June, I'll be up in the Guerneville area and want to find a place to buy a large number of peaches (and potentially other stone fruit) for a large quantity of fruit salad. Would love ...

Recipe from early 80s

by nicnac927 5 years ago

Hi. Hope someone can help. My mom had been looking for a peach ice cream recipe from a Better homes and gardens magazine around 1982. She said it was amazing and did not require an ice cream maker....

What to make with Peach Amaretto Pecan Honey Butter?

by kitchengardengal 6 years ago

I received a jar of Peach Amaretto Pecan Honey Butter as a gift. Even searching online, I can't find much to do with it other than topping baked goods or chicken. I'd like to use it as an ingr...

Southern vs midwestern fruit desserts (a marital conflict) :-)

by jillytomato 5 years ago

I have some amazingly juicy peaches in the freezer, from last fall's late crop. They're finally getting thawed today, because sweetie and I can never agree on the best plan. My husband is a Souther...

A question about peaches.

by MrsJonesey 6 years ago

I have some peaches that are just barely shy of peak ripeness that I want to use in a pie. Will baking them at this stage bring out all the flavor or should I wait? I should know this but I don't. ...