Category Archives: Peaches
Hatch recipes are history for a while – I’ve moved on to peaches. Throughout the summer I’ve found it interesting to see my fellow bloggers in different parts of the country blogging about peaches. Greg and Katherine over at Rufus’ … Continue reading
If you can’t beat the heat- may as well join it! That’s just what we did last weekend when we brought home bags full of fresh hatch chiles from Central Market. We sampled so many food items with hatch chiles … Continue reading
I am a tad baffled – last year I harvested over 150# of peaches from my two peach trees – this year maybe 15-20#. I’m dismayed by the lack of fruit coming from my trees this summer, but I’ve managed … Continue reading
I have a basket full of peaches! There are so many recipes I could use for the abundance of peaches sitting on my table. Today I chose to make “Peach-Mango Salsa” to accompany the roasted chicken I was preparing for … Continue reading
When I left the chiropractor today he smiled and said, “I’ll always think of you as the bee lady”. “Okey dokey! I’m good with that”, I replied, pleased that he tacked lady on the end. Thinking okey dokey made me … Continue reading
Today I observed my bees foraging in the peach blossoms. It was quite a sight. Please go to the “Bees & Honey” page-Bee School 101-Peach Honey for some photos and a little bee lesson. Enjoy!
Thank goodness for freezers! Last summer I was trying to figure out what in the world to do with over 150 pounds of fresh peaches. One method was to peel, pit, cut up and sprinkle with a little fruit fresh … Continue reading