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Stone Fruit Gets the Summer Spotlight!

Original post made by Jacqui Love Marshall, San Ramon, on Jul 20, 2011

As sun-kissed berries yield to stone fruit in the annual summer harvest, peaches are coming in as sweet as pie. Summer time reminds me of plump peaches picked from a tree, rubbed down a sleeve to remove the fuzz, and biting into fruit that was so juicy, it oozed down your arm to your elbow. While we made cobbler all year long, peach cobbler was at its best with summer-picked peaches. Here’s my grandmother’s consistently good recipe:

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