If you live in Colorado, you know from peaches, which are grown way out west on the western slope–almost in Utah if you check the map. Every year about this time, your friends in other states begin to mention, “Hey, I bought Colorado peaches in the store the other day!” You look in your store and you find California peaches and begin to think we’re exporting all our best produce. It happens. (I’ll give you that there are also great peaches from Georgia, Washington state, Michigan, and even California. I just live in Colorado.)Jump to Recipe Continue reading
Palisade Peach Festival
She’s a Peach! Brown Sugar and Spice Peach Pie
My good friend, next-door neighbor, and sometime cooking student, Mike (below), knows that if you really don’t want to make pie dough, it’s fine with me that you use purchased refrigerator case pie dough (not frozen). I’d love for you to bake pie however it happens. Hopefully next time –or sometime–you’ll try to make dough; practice definitely improves the product. Take it from me.
Bacon-Dijon Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Peach and Corn Salsa
When summer is at its summit in Colorado, we enter our Palisade Peach and Olathe sweet corn frenzy period.