What To Do With Peaches

Jul 20

Easy Homemade Peach Sorbet…All Year Round (With Only a Food Processor)

There are few things more refreshing then a Peach Sorbet whether enjoyed on a hot summer day or as a nice simple dessert after a heavy winter dinner. Many of us do not own ice cream maker, but most of us have a food processor in the kitchen. With a food processor, frozen peaches, simple …

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Jul 02

We Picked Way Too Many Peaches…Ideas?

Peaches on a tree

Yesterday we picked way too many peaches at the home of our friends’ Nancy and Sam. After giving many away, I still have about 12 gallons of peaches that I need to process. Aside from making jam, ice cream, compote, liqueur, sherbert and even freezing them, I am looking for suggestions… Two months later and …

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Jun 24

Homemade Peach Liqueur, Capturing the Essence of Summer

Fresh picked peaches are one of the finest fruits to be enjoyed. Once you have had filled your craving of fresh peaches, having made peach jam, sorbet, ice cream and even baked a dessert or two, what else can you do with the extra peaches? How does one capture the essence of a perfectly sun …

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Jun 17

Summer Fresh Peach Sorbet

Fresh fruit sorbet is probably one of the lesser enjoyed treats that is available, yet when it comes to experiencing desserts that closest represent the flavor and essence of ripe fruit there is few comparisons. Peach Sorbet is no exception and despite being cool, refreshing and exploding with the natural flavor of fresh picked peaches, …

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May 16

Homemade Peach Liqueur, 6 Weeks Until Bottling & Tasting

Ingredients for Homemade Peach Liueur Brought Together to Steep for 3 Weeks

[notice]An expanded post on how to make Homemade Peach Liqueur has now been added to our website[/notice] With last four pounds of remaining peaches, a double batch of Homemade Peach Liqueur has been brought together (Fresh Sliced peaches, 100 Proof Vodka, Brandy, Sugar and Water) and will now steep for the next three week. Through …

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