The Sweet Georgia Peach web site offers 87 different peach recipes, yes I said 87! See some of them below
Peach Pound Cake-I'm making this for Dinner tomorrow!
Peach Pecan Cookies
Cream Cheese Peach Tart
The recipes above are from the dessert category Find them Here
Beef Kabobs with Georgia Peaches
Baked Chicken with Georgia Peaches
Jalapeno Chicken with Georgia PeachesThe recipes above are from the Dinner category Find them Here
Find out information about: Selecting, preparing drying and canning peaches. There are 7 different videos in all on the site. Peaches, Peaches, Peaches! One of the best tastes of the season!
Here's Paula Deen's Peach Cobbler and it is good! Get the recipe Here
Then there's Paula Deen's Frozen Peach Pie. You put fresh peaches in a pie tin (put foil in the tin first) Then freeze it. After it is frozen take it out of the pie pan and put into a plastic bag. Then in the middle of winter when you are craving a delicious, fresh peach pie you just thaw out the peaches, put in pie tin with crust and bake! But you'll want to get all the specifics from Paula
Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler? Find the recipe PLUS a video from Paula Deen's cooking show Here
How about a double crust Peach Cobbler from Bobby Flay? Find the Recipe and the VIDEO Here
Check out the Barefoot Contessa Peach Raspberry Crisp. You can't beat Raspberries and Peaches! Find that recipe Here
Homemade Peach Ice Cream from Paula Deen...Get the recipe Here
And if that wasn't enough! Click on this Link to see a listing of all the peach recipes on the FoodNetwork.
Here's a short list of Tips about Peaches:
- Peaches should be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days in a plastic bag.
- Wash peaches under cold running water to removed any dirt.
- If a recipe calls for for peeled peaches, dip peaches cut in half in boiling water for 30 seconds which will loosen the skin, then remove the peaches with a spoon and dip in cold water. The skins will slide off.
- To keep peaches from turning brown while preparing them for a recipe sprinkle them with lemon or orange juice.
- If you peaches are ripe enough, place them in a bag at room temperature and check them daily until they are soft enough to eat.