Peach Cobbler.

A simple, classic dessert to make during the summer months to incorporate fresh peaches that are full of color and flavor. Peach Cobbler is both simple + delicious and the perfect dessert to make for your friends and family, especially with a scoop of ice cream on top.

Peaches have got to be at the top of my list of favorite things about summertime. I am convinced that I will never get tired of them and that they actually taste delicious in any and all dishes.

As a child, there was an older woman named Ms. Virgo who lived just down the street from us. Her family owned a. peach orchard somewhere in upstate New York from what I can recall. But every summer she’d come back from her travels and bring us a Publix paper bag filled to the top with fresh, perfect peaches that smelled just heavenly.

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Using fresh peaches in this cobbler really adds the extra touch so be sure to make this one while they’re in season. Ripe, sweet, and juicy. The stone fruit I used were so beautiful and their color really popped after baking the cobbler.

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This recipe calls for very few ingredients, yet produces such a delicious and fun cobbler that your whole family and neighborhood will certainly adore. Another thing that I love about this cobbler is that there are no rules on how you have to make it look. You can organized the peaches and cobbler crumble in the pan or simply toss the peaches and topping on randomly. I’m not into details or perfection so a good rustic dessert is right up my alley. Either way, this cobbler turns out beautifully.

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Peach Cobbler

Yield: 6
Author: heirloomed
This peach cobbler is the perfect dessert to make during the summer time with fresh peaches. Top this off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you're in great shape.

ingredients:

  • 4 peaches, sliced
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 cup salted butter, melted
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder

instructions:

How to cook Peach Cobbler

  1. Preheat oven to 350. Grease baking dish with butter. 
  2. Wash and slice peaches. Mix the peaches with 1/4 cup sugar in the baking dish then spread evenly across pan. 
  3. Mix together the remaining 3/4 cup sugar, butter, vanilla, flour, and baking soda together into a dough. Sprinkle this dough across the pan of peaches- it will be in clumps and that is okay. 
  4. Sprinkle the cobbler with extra sugar then bake for 40-50 minutes or until dough is golden brown. 
  5. Enjoy!
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Let me know your favorite peach picking memory or way to eat peach cobbler in the comments below. Enjoy!


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Southern Kitchen Bucket List : Day Pickles.

One of our favorite things to make is a stock pile of pickled vegetables straight from the garden, and it's something everyone in our family loves (especially the kiddos!) which is always a plus.

I grew up with a simple + fresh pickled cucumbers recipe, simply white vinegar, water, sliced cucumbers, salt + pepper and ice cubes. But, I learned this recipe from our friend Wayne at WoodKith and it's my new favorite. 

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Day Pickles

Author: Heirloomed
These quick pickles are the perfect way to utilize your summer garden haul.

ingredients:

  • 2 parts white vinegar / 1 part water
  • rather thinly sliced cucumbers w/ skin on
  • sliced celery
  • cubed small spring onions
  • sliced green tomatoes
  • sliced + seeded jalapeno
  • sliced radish
  • onion flower + dill flower + parsley flower
  • salt + pepper to taste
  • ice cubes

instructions:

How to cook Day Pickles

  1. Gather all ingredients.
  2. Make a brine by combining the water, vinegar, and salt and bringing them to a boil.
  3. Pack two clean glass pint jars with the vegetables. Add the rest of the ingredients. Pack the vegetables in tightly - you don't want them to float when you add the brine.
  4. Pour the hot brine over the other ingredients. The vegetables should be completely immersed in the brine. Since these refrigerator pickles will not be canned, it is not necessary to leave head space between the surface of the food and the rims of the jars.
  5. Fasten lids and store in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours before eating.
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The "recipe" is super flexible and you can toss in whatever fresh veggies you have on hand. The secret flavor to this recipe is in the herbs, and the most important part to either recipe (in my opinion) is the ice cubes to make the veggies super crisp and crunchy.

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If you know me by now you know my "recipes" are just that but this one truly is trial and error to your personal taste, and to whatever you have in your garden at the moment. For example, I don't love spicy so I don't eat the jalapeno but I do still include it because it adds a great flavor and subtle kick to the batch.

Love to know your best pickling tips, and also what else you love to include in your batch.


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