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Let's see, fresh peaches just about ready to go soft. What to do, what to do . . . .

Quail Creek, Arizona
August 2020
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You'ew welcome bowlakeboy. You should have been in my home 45 minutes later when I pulled the cobbler out of the oven and the house was drenched in its wonderful aroma.

I have plenty right now, racoonstar. However, I suspect my husband will make a early morning raid on the remains. Oh,, and by the way,, it turned out ferociously delicious.

Hi Lorna, 4 am is the perfect time for a good dessert and ice cream. Don't have to wait for the oven to warm up to reheat it, just pop it in the microwave. I will probably make my raid about 3 or 4 am my time anyway, just to make sure my Jack doesn't appropriate all of the remains.


Ooh, delicious! I'm feeling hungry now which isn't good given the time (almost 4 am!)


Okay, now I want peach cobbler! Hot from the oven with vanilla ice cream on top!


You've made my mouth water. Yum! Thanks for posting!


That sounds delicious. By the time I got to this batch, I had already sliced several peaches up and they are in the fridge chilling. Another batch has gone in the freezer with a good dose of sugar water. Nothing quite like the taste of barely defrosted peaches with frozen sugar water still clinging to them (favorite treat of my mother). The peaches in the picture are destined for a cobbler drenched in ice cream for later tonight.


I added blueberries to mine and served them with supper.

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