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Texas Peaches and Peach Recipes

Peaches Peaches are in season! Unfortunately because of the hard freeze in the Texas Hill Country on Sunday March 30, 2003 - the unique Fredericksburg-Stonewall peaches are in short supply. But don't let that stop you from finding other examples of the fine, ripe fruit for your Summertime cooking.

In Texas, cling peaches, meaning peaches whose flesh clings to the pit, generally ripen in May. Semi-freestones, not quite as clingy, ripen in June. Freestones, whose flesh readily seperates from the pit, generally ripens in June and July.

Use peaches to make our famous peach cobbler, or one of our special pies. Here's a complete list of Texas Cooking's recipes and articles using peaches.


  • Peach Cobbler Face-Off
    by Eleanor Bradshaw
    Two great peach cobbler recipes
  • Making Jams and Preserves
    by Patricia Mitchell
    Capture Summer flavors into delicious preserves and jellies. Covers peach preserves, strawberry preserves, watermelon rind preserves, and an easy strawberry freezer jam.
  • Peaches For Dessert
    by Dorothy Sibole
    Peaches are delicious and ripe in the summertime. Learn how to select the best peaches, and make a peach pie with them. Try a making a more distinctive peach dessert - White Chocolate Bread Pudding with Peach Compote.


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