Peach Salsa: A Savory FarmerChef Treat

10 Aug
by Deanne

While Francine is finding  wild blackberries  along the road in West Sussex (England), I am picking up peaches from our local store.  Sigh!

It’s a bit less romantic but equally delicious.  Each summer our local store has Elberta Peaches available during this time of year for the many home canning enthusiasts. This year I looked forward to picking up a box and hopefully sometime in the future we’ll be able to harvest our own peaches.

For sure, we plan to have peach pie for our customers this Friday.  But on Wednesday we whipped up something unusual with the peaches. I say unusual because when we think of peaches we tend to think of something sweet, not Photo of Peach Salsasomething savory.   This time rather than create a recipe ourselves,  we used a Peach Salsa recipe from  blogger Amy of She Wears Many Hats.

During our morning trip out to our herb garden, we picked fresh oregano since we were all out of cilantro.  We made the recipe as listed, except we added a little garlic (just because we like garlic) and substituted fresh oregano in place of the cilantro.  Once again, this proves that a FarmerChef is flexible and the whole process can be fun!

Are you a FarmerChef?  What have you been preparing with peaches?

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4 Responses to “Peach Salsa: A Savory FarmerChef Treat”

  1. katiemcintosh August 10, 2012 at 9:50 am #

    Reblogged this on katiemcintosh.

  2. Mary Jane August 10, 2012 at 5:18 pm #

    The peach salsa was delicious. It just didn’t last long enough!

    • realocalcooking August 13, 2012 at 11:03 am #

      Did you guy have it with chips or did your serve it on something?

  3. Big Hungry Gnomes August 12, 2012 at 6:06 am #

    Hello Deanne & Francine
    Thanks for your lovely comment on my little blog. I just thought I would let you know that my blog has moved and is now bighungrygnomes.co.uk. Unfortunately, if you want to remain subscribed to my blog, you will have re-subscribe to this new address. I realise this is a little bit of a nuisance but I would really appreciate your continuing support and interest in my blog
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    Fiona

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