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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Peaches


If I had a bag of these, I could eat every single one.  I love peaches.....and good peaches are hard to find in the summer.

23 comments:

Ruth Hiebert said...

I love a good peach, but around here they are a hard thing to find.

Ginny Hartzler said...

They sure are hard to find! Have you checked out any local peach orchards?

CheerfulMonk said...

I haven't bought a peach in a long time because they aren't very good in our market. :(

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

They look good. My father hated the feel and texture of peaches and couldn't even bear to watch someone eating one, which was unfortunate because my mother loved them as much as you do.

Bill said...

I'm kinda like John's father---- but I've always had a problem touching corduroy or velvet. Weird,Huh...? Lovely peaches.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
I second that - nectarines too!!! YAM xx

Ann said...

Yum. I can't remember the last time I've had a fresh peach.

Nancy Chan said...

I love peaches too. They are expensive because they are imported and not always available.

Judy said...

I love a good peach. There is a store in Madison and when peaches are in season they sell what they call chin dripping peaches, I believe they come from Georgia. Haven't had them in a long time.

Steven said...

Looks like it was quite a harvest for these peaches! They look very delicious and ripe for eating. Great composition.

Senorayjose said...

Those look delicious!

Sandra said...

I forgot to comment on the oranges on your other post. I love oranges and all citrus and have always had access because of my mother being from Florida. the orange you had in your photo are my least favorite, there are many of them, just like apples.. I love cuties from CA and tangerines, 3 different kinds. apples are my least favorite of fruit, peaches I was raised on and are a favorite. I am a Georgia born peach. these looks yummy

don said...


A wonderful collection of fruit. Peaches would taste so good.

Ruthie said...

These look so delicious!

happyone said...

I'm not that crazy about peaches. I prefer apples!!

Laura. M said...

Genial foto de esta rica fruta.
Un abrazo.

Red Rose Alley said...

I hear ya, Rose. I love peaches, especially ripe and juicy ones. They are getting expensive at the stores though.

~Sheri

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love them too and wish I had frozen some when they were in season! Happy holidays!

Steve in Japan said...

I love them, too. When they are ripe, you have to eat them fast before they spoil. I hate having any spoil. ;-)

LC said...

Love peaches and loved your photo. My relatives had several different varieties of peach trees, and I loved them all. Now I buy peaches, and the taste takes me back to when my cousins and I would stop our summertime playing to pick a peach or two, sit in the grass and have a snack. Yep! No washing, just gobbling. A few peach seasons later and we were enlisted in the kitchen porch tradition of peeling peaches with our mothers and aunts. It was a happy prelude to diced peaches on homemade ice cream, peach preserves and peach cobblers.

ElaineH said...

Brings back summer memories. There is a peach farm not far from where I live and this year their peaches were so delicious. A wonderful image.

Michael Rawluk said...

I love peaches! A sweet shot.

Lowcarb team member said...

I do enjoy peaches …

All the best Jan

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