Chefs who use fresh, local, seasonal ingredients on their menu will admit that they are not hard to work with because the flavor is at its best when it arrives in their kitchens. Dress them up with this lemon ginger simple syrup for a special touch.
This recipe by Amy Forrest of In Good Taste Catering took top prize in the 2011 Lamb Jam Contest at the Ohio State Fair.
Sweet and spicy peach chutney is the perfect topping and compliment for a creamy wheel of tangy Brie. Leaving the edible rind of the cheese intact helps the wheel to hold its shape as it warms.
When it’s cold outside, hot soup warms you up so chilled fruit soups make perfect sense in the summer, cooling your body when the sun beats down. Use this soup as a dessert, an appetizer or a really special way to start off breakfast.
This simple recipe delivers creamy, sweet sorbet without using an ice cream maker. It’s a wonderful recipe for cling peach varieties. For an extra special touch, try this recipe using white peaches.
These delightful rustic shortcakes have a great texture — tender, crumbly and slightly crunchy — a fitting companion and compliment to sweet, juicy peaches.
How to pick a perfect peach
This delicious fruit pie contains frozen mixed berries and fresh peaches.
Peaches do not get any sweeter once they are picked. So, avoid rock hard peaches that were picked when they were still green.
This pork roast needs to be marinated in half of the sauce in the fridge overnight.