These wine macerated peaches are delicious on their own or served with vanilla ice cream or Chantilly cream.
Peaches have a pretty long season, which usually is from the end of May through September. These best peaches are those that have been left on the tree until the very last minutes, allowing sugars to fully develop. Peaches should be slightly firm to the touch, with a light floral scent. For this recipe, use peaches that are firm-ripe so that they do not fall apart as you cook them. These caramelized peaches are so versatile; they can be used in sweet and savory dishes alike. They are great in salads or spooned over vanilla ice cream.
Baked Pears is such a simple and delicious French dessert. Since there is no crust in this recipe it’s perfect for those trying to avoid gluten.
Making your own jam is a great task for your slow cooker in the summer. It’s also a delicious way to use up overripe fruit.
Fall is my favorite time of year and I’ve been savoring the end summer fruits and vegetables. Making this simple and delicious peach dessert is a nice way to finish off a leisurely September meal.
I just picked up a bunch of plums from a farm stand that turned out to be absolutely delicious. I went back and bought more so that I could make sure that I had access to them in the upcoming months. These simple sautéed plums freeze beautifully so you will be able to savor them throughout the fall months.
Cinnamon and clove scented peaches serve as a cooling counterpoint to nearly any dish. Perfect for grilling.
Pears poached to tender perfection are a light ending to a satisfying autumn meal. Moscato is a sweet and slightly sparkling white wine that has become very popular over the past few years. Your local wine store should carry it, but if you’re unable to find it you may replace Moscato with a sweet white wine. The alcohol in the wine cooks away, so this dessert is safe to serve to kids and non-drinkers.
Perk up your latkes with Spiced Apple Pear Sauce and you’ll transform your home with an aromatic sweet sensation. McIntosh apples and Bartlett pears lend sweetness while cinnamon and nutmeg offer warm spice notes. It’s easy to make and bursting with natural, juicy flavor.
Crispy, crunchy baked apple chips made at home are so delicious. Easy to make and oh so addicting! I used red apples, but any variety of apple works with this recipe.