OH Anna!! You're so lucky! :)
They're the easiest thing to deal with. Dip them in hot water for a few
seconds and peel the skin, slice them in half removing the pit. Lay them
out on a cookie sheet and freeze them. Toss them into a zip lock baggie and
use them for the rest of the year!
Of course, this would be after the cobblers, pies, smoothies, freezer jams,
compotes, salsas, and all the other delicious things you could enjoy!!
(Tip: Everywhere you see a mango salsa, you can use peaches.)
a very jealous Christine!
From: Anna Ruh
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 09:40
Subject: freezing peaches????
I have been given a BUNCH of peaches, and I'm not going to be able to eat
them all before they go bad -- They are firm right now, and I wanted to know
what the best way to freeze them would be. Has anyone had any luck with
this? You can mail me privately or post to the list.
Thanks in advance!