Try jump-starting your kids’ morning with these nutritious and delicious recipes:
Food blogs appeal to those who crave a personal connection with the source of their food, including a sort of personal relationship with those who provide recipes. Even with such a modern, technologically savvy platform, food blogs remind me of a time when recipes were shared among family and friends, neighbors or passed down from generation to generation. They allow a window into personal lives and the circumstances surrounding the food we eat, feeding our inner voyeurs as well as our tummies.
During the summer there is an abundance of fresh fruit available in grocery stores, farmer’s markets, pick-your-own and market gardens. I find it easy to become overwhelmed with the amount of fruit to eat and the work involved in preserving fruit. Fortunately, freezing is a simple way to preserve fruit. By carefully following directions, you can enjoy top quality, nutritious fruit year-round.
Fresh or frozen peaches may be used to make Peach Cobbler or Summer Peach Pie from the ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen. For information on how to freeze a variety of fruit, including peaches, check out the ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen website at atcoblueflamekitchen.com.
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