What do you do with a bushel of fresh, juicy, peaches? Make peach cobbler of course!!! And you freeze, make peach ice cream, milkshakes, yogurt. . . . . But today is about the cobbler. My mom gave me her recipe when I was just starting my family; and, it has been a family staple ever since. If you are in the mood for an incredible peach treat, here is the recipe for you!
This year my plum tree produced a bumper crop and I have been trying lots of new recipes as a result. Yesterday, I tried a plum pie recipe that was so well received that within 24 hours it was completely gone! I would say that is a vote of approval. The lemon zest in the crust really kicks things up a notch and turns this pie into something special. It will also fill your kitchen with the scent of cinnamon and nutmeg which is wonderful to wander into during the day. 🙂 So, if you would like a dessert that marries tart and sweet– this one may be for you!
Lets get to it!
Recently I was thrilled to find my Japanese Plum tree had produced a bountiful harvest. There is nothing quite like harvesting good organic food that I know is going to taste wonderful, be at its prime in nutrients and flavor, have no pesticides or harmful chemicals, and that has come from a tree that my family and I have planted ourselves. Continue reading