Golden Summer Peach Gazpacho
Since peaches and tomatoes are in season together, I like to blend them into a cool, delicious soup. Leftovers keep well in the fridge—but there's rarely anything left to make it there. —Julie Hession, Las Vegas, Nevada
Spiced Peach Pop Tarts with Cinnamon-Pecan Streusel - Peanut Butter and Julie
These portable treats are another one of my homemade takes on popular Pop Tarts, with flavors inspired by a summer favorite: fresh peach cobbler! Fresh spiced peach jam is enclosed in a flaky pastry crust. The pies are topped with a vanilla glaze and toasted pecan streusel.
Grilled Peach Upside Down Cake - Peanut Butter and Julie
In this recipe, traditional upside-down cake takes a summery twist. Instead of being baked in the oven, this peach topped cake is baked on the grill, making it the perfect ending to your barbecue, picnic or campfire cookout.
Skillet Graham Cake with Peaches and Blueberries Recipe
Chicago chef Stephanie Izard’s skillet cake, baked on the grill, gets amazing flavor from graham crackers mixed into the batter and in the crumbly streusel topping. It can also be baked in a 300° oven for the same amount of time. Slideshow: More Grilled Dessert Recipes
Healthy Summer Recipes from Rebecca Taylor
Fashion designer and taste maker Rebecca Taylor shared three of her all-time favorite summer recipes with us.
Peach Tomato and Mozzarella Crostini - Joy the Baker
Working in a busy restaurant is sort of like going on a diet. It’s strange. You top plates with special food… food that you’ve made partially out of nightly work routine, and partially out of deep care and love. Food is hustled out to tables and enjoy amongst conversation, wine, and candle light… and then...Read More
Peach Tarts with Goat Cheese & Honey - Some the Wiser
Here’s a simple, delicious way to make quick Peach Tarts. Ripe peaches with goat cheese, honey, and black pepper on a flaky pastry shell. Fresh Peach Tarts are a quick treat, but one you’ll want over and over again. Everyone knows the old Don Quixote line, “Where one door is shut another is opened.” It’s...
Olive Oil Quatre Quarts with Chopped Fruit
This variation on a classic French pound cake, in which ingredient quantities are determined by relative weight, uses olive oil instead of butter for a light, fresh flavor. The cake is delicious on its own, and even better with a dollop of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. It's also excellent for breakfast.