how to eat a peach | kelly’s kitchen

  1. Sangita M says:

    All these recipies are wonderful! I Look forward to your weekly posts.

    • Thanks so much Sangita! Have a great weekend! xo Kelly

    • Julie Greene says:

      Hi Kelly,

      These recipes are making me want to run right out and buy some peaches. I am not a fan of caprese salad, but this sounds and looks divine. I will definitely try the scones and then tell myself to to walk an extra mile. Hal

      Thanks for another great cooking class.


      • You’re so welcome, Julie! I swear that peach caprese salad is absolutely addictive! And those peach scones freeze well, so you can save some for later. Thanks so much for tuning in today! Take care and enjoy the weekend, xo Kelly

        • Marcie says:

          Wow! I love peaches and I love scones. I have always thought my scones were a failure due to appearance and dryness. I like the idea of adding more moisture to the mix. I may give scones a try again. Thanks for these lovely ideas.

          • Hi Marcie, I found these scones to be so moist and they didn’t dry out after couple days, either. Definitely worth a try. Thanks so much for reading today, have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  2. Leslie Webb says:

    Well, I guess I am buying peaches today. These recipes look delish and I am particularly looking forward to the peach caprese. I also like the fact that the recipes were formatted into a recipe print out.
    Thanks so much for your guidance in the kitchen…love it.

    • Hi Leslie, Be sure to let me know how you like the peach caprese, it’s been our favorite thing this summer! Take Care and thanks for reading today’s post. xo Kelly

  3. Julie Greene says:

    P.S. I usually eat a peach standing over the kitchen sink with juice running down my chin. That’s what my mom did. Lol


    • For sure, Julie! What you don’t see a picture of in these recipes, is me standing over the sink eating every other half of peach I slice up for these recipes!

  4. Carolyn says:

    You had me at peaches! Everything looks delicious. I can’t wait to try your recipes.

  5. Roberta says:

    Kelly, love your Saturday post. Last week
    I made the the soba noodles with eggplant for friends – YUM! Tomorrow having my best friends for a BBQ. I’m not much of a baker, but I will make the peach upside down cake. I think they’ll be impressed. Are you using unsalted butter in the scone and cake recipe?

    • Hi Roberta! I am so happy you made the soba noodles and eggplant! I am not much of a baker either, ha! I used salted butter for both the scones and the cake. Let mw know how the cake turns out for you, I hope your friends enjoy it! Have fun! xo Kelly

  6. Mary C says:

    Wow! These all sound delicious. Finding good peaches in northern Wisconsin is definitely a challenge, however. I think these recipes are worth it, though!

    • Hello Mary, I bet it’s tough to find ripe peaches in WI, but you could order online too, The Peach Truck is where we get ours from – just a thought. When I lived in Alaska I always ordered fresh, hard-to-get fruit online (well, back then it was from a catalog, but still…). Let me know if you are able to procure the peaches and what you make! Also, canned peaches are totally good too!! Take care, xo Kelly

  7. Roberta says:

    Look forward to Kelly’s kitchen every Saturday. Last week I made the soba noodles for friends – YUM! I’m not a baker, but I’m going to make the peach upside down cake for my best friends tomorrow. Have my peaches delivered from Frog Hollow Farms, the very best. Is the butter unsalted in the recipes?

    • Hi Roberta, I used salted butter for these recipes. Your farm fresh peaches sound amazing! I am sure you and your best friends will enjoy the cake! Let me know how it goes for you. xo Kelly

  8. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Wow, Kelly! Am not much for baking, but the thought of a warm peach scone (with tea!) temps me to try my hand at baking them! The other two recipes are great, too. Kudos on these ideas that go beyond eating a peach over the sink like blog sister Julie and/or peach cobbler! Will report back on what I try. Hugs!~

    • Can’t wait to hear what you try, Sylvia! The scones are so easy, even non-bakers like us can do it! Let me know how they turn our for you! Talk soon, xo Kelly

  9. Carroll Niesen says:

    Everything looks fabulous!! I will try the caprese first.

  10. Bonnie F says:

    Hello Kelly
    I want to make the peach scones but I’m wondering if I can use buttermilk instead of the sour cream or yogurt.
    I really enjoy your Saturday recipes.

    • Hey Bonnie, I say yes! Go for it. I love using yogurt in place of sour cream. I rarely have buttermilk, but I think that could work well too. Let me know which one you go with and how it turns out for you. Thank you so much and talk soon, xo Kelly

  11. Elisa says:

    As usual, great recipes and instructions Kelly. What a great idea is the peach salad—made it for dinner, and I almost like it better than with tomatoes.

    • Hi Elisa, I am so thrilled you made the salad tonight! I must confess that I like it more than the tomato version too! Although I will say that we haven’t had the best tomatoes come out of the garden this year, so that might make me partial to the peaches. But this salad is definitely a keeper! Thank you for writing in to let me know you enjoyed the post and the recipe! xo Kelly

  12. Gwen Marie Ewing says:

    Thanks Kelly for another delicious recipe! Peaches are divine this time of year! I can’t wait to try these yummy dishes! All the best for a good week!!

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