Janet Taylor McCracken

Broiled with chicken. Blended into a cool summer soup. Stirred into ice cream and sandwiched between homemade snickerdoodles. These 12 peach recipes prove that a peak-season peach makes pretty much anything better
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Meet your new favorite appetizer.
Peach-Oatmeal Smoothie
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Alllll the best breakfast ingredients in one on-the-go drink
Keep the sweet-tart pickled peaches in this recipe in your fridge all summer long.
Peach-Mango Fried Pies
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These itty-bitty hand pies are soft and sweet from the inside out.
Peach Tea Upside-Down Cake
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Serve a slice of this with some afternoon tea for peach perfection.
Peach Gazpacho
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This seven-ingredient soup will become a go-to meal this summer.
There's something magical about the combination of sweet peaches and super-savory pork.
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Peach & Shrimp Salad
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Upgrade your summer greens with shrimp and peaches.
Sweet and savory, fresh but filling, this chicken and peach dish is a summer dinner winner.
Peach-Berry Sangria Spritzer
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This drink's got all the good summer stuff—rosé, berries, peaches, and mint.
Sauté peaches in maple syrup for a perfectly peachy addition to this breakfast classic.
Break out the bubbly—it's holiday party season! Whether you're cooking for 16, 8, or 4, we've got the menu for you.
Keep things small and classy this holiday with our Decadent Duck Dinner menu.
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Garlicky Sautéed Spinach
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Three ingredients, 10 minutes, one super-simple, super-delicious side.
Soft on the inside, crispy on the outside, and sweet all around—these holiday desserts are surefire crowd-pleasers.
If you're entertaining a party of 8 this holiday, our Swanky Steak & Potatoes menu is just what you need.
Big crowd coming for dinner this year? Our Feast of the Seven Fishes (and Lots of Other Stuff) will make the preparations easier.
You only need 30 minutes of prep time and five ingredients to make this decadent holiday main. But plan ahead: You'll need over eight hours for marinating and resting.
Thick and creamy, spiced and savory, this soup is perfect for a special cold-weather dinner.
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This recipe might look intimidating, but it only takes 2 hours total—and it's well worth the effort.
Lighten up your dinner and brighten up your holiday table with this colorful veggie side.
Cheesy Kale & Potato Gratin
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Super-cheesy and super-creamy, this side deserves a spot on your holiday table.