Sweet Georgia Peaches

Georgia Peaches seem to come far and in-between in the peach state. Georgia produces many but, for the two months that they are ripe and ready to be eaten, they just can’t seem to be found. We have been lucky to taste some of what Georgia has to offer this season. All of the rain hasn’t made it easy for the sweet fruit but, they have survived.

While we enjoy peaches in the raw;  fuzzy, fragrant and juicy, I have enjoyed changing their state of being into pickles and preserves! It is just amazing what a little cane sugar can do!

If you have tasted these delicate creations, comment and let me know!

Happy Eatings!


3 comments so far

  1. Helen Halton on

    My family’s favorite is Peach Cobbler- and this one is so easy! Wisk together one cup of sugar, one cup of self-rising flour, and one cup of milk. Melt half a stick of real butter in an oblong casserole ( I use a glass one) at 350 degrees. When the butter is melted, pour the batter over it, and then add 2 cups of peaches on top of the batter. Bake at 350 for about 35-40 minutes, until crust browns. If you like, at this point, you can sprinkle sugar on the top.

    Eat with homemade vanilla ice cream, and you will be in Peach Heaven!

  2. aharris on

    Wow! I am on my way to the kitchen now. Thanks for sharing!

  3. lorrie@ReadNEat on

    I just made some grilled peaches with garam masala cream. So good, I wrote about it!

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