Saturday, July 15, 2006

Farmer's Market Saturday Part 1

There's nothing like a just picked NY State Peach! I know you folks from Georgia might beg to differ, as would some die hard Big Apple fans, but there's nothing quite so drippingly sweet as a luscious fuzzy NY State Peach. These lovelies were just picked yesterday, and they are ripe off the branch. I dug into one and it's what we call in the cooking industry an "elbow dripper" ;-) More to come...


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2 Comments:

At 8:33 AM, July 17, 2006, Blogger yestitsme08 said...

The best peach I ever had was on an Indian reservation about 3 hours out of Seattle. It's called Yakima. These peaches kind of resemble those little pumpkins and are SO incredibly juicey. So, if you're ever traipsing about Washington, check it out.

 
At 5:27 PM, July 17, 2006, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

sounds yummy! We had some of those last week at the Fancy Food Show, a grower was present at the booth of one of our distributors, and he was giving out samples of these flat peaches. Many refer to them as "donut peaches" because they are flat, but you're right, they do look like pumpkins!

You can hear that interview on the Food Philosophy podcast, #13. Also, if you'r einto peaches (and who isn't?) we just featured peaches as the main ingredient for the first half of the month at the Gilded Fork, so go check out soem fo the great recipes, while you still have the peaches in teh peak of their season. www.gildedfork.com

 

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