Well, that’s a mouthful, eh? Or it sounds like a mouthful. But it really is a mouthful: a mouthful of delicious.
Remember when I told you about those peaches I received from the Washington State Stone Fruit Commission? Well, obviously I couldn’t possibly get to canning every single one. Not only did I not have the time, but they began to get too soft/ripe for canning pretty quickly. But just in case you, too, have an overload of stone fruit… here’s a little secret: it’s excellent grilled.
Those beautiful fresh summer peaches get soft very quickly, so you’ve gotta use ‘em ASAP. And what better way to cook a summer fruit than on summer’s ultimate cooking method… the grill!
Yep. That’s right. Plop them right on that grill! When they’re very soft & ultra-ripe all you need to do is grill them until they get grill marks. What I did was I brushed them with honey first, so the honey kind of caramelized on them when they cooked.