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.
My name is Julie, and I’m a recipe-a-holic. There are worse vices (unless recipe addiction involves stockpiling decades’ worth of food magazines, and taking in any others that friends threaten to recycle). I have loved them since I was a kid. I know I’ve told you the story of pilfering peoples’ cookbook shelves and recipe boxes when I’d go over to babysit, after the kids went to bed.
I have in my travels thumbed past many a recipe for chicken & dumplings. So many, in fact, that I have become oblivious to them, even though it’s something I’ve never actually made before. Somehow it just blips past my radar: chicken & dumplings - know that one. Not even a glimmer of interest flitters through my mind. (Chicken and biscuits, yes - but that’s a whole different thing.)
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