Peaches! (The stone fruit, not the raunchy singer.) When the trees bear fruit, it's a deluge of juicy sweet goodness. Here's a bunch of ways to put up the bounty.
Canned Peaches Put 'em up, straight up. Peel and slice your peaches and can them in a syrup, as light or heavy as you please, and have them on hand for future uses. Peach pie in winter? Yes, please! (Image via A Passionate Plate)
Peach Jam Sweet and spreadable, peach jam is the ultimate taste of summer, yours for the tasting all year long. (Image via My Man's Belly)
Peach Jelly Jiggly jelly showcases the fresh flavor of peaches, especially if enhanced with sparkling wine or aromatic tea. (Image via Box of Stolen Socks)
Peach Butter Smooth and dense, peach butter tends to be lower in sugar than jams or jellies, and can be done in your slow cooker or oven. (Image via Food in Jars)
Peach Chutney Tangy, spicy and bright, peach chutney (or its Italian cousin, mostarda) wakes up all manner of dishes, from pork tenderloin to fiery curries. (Image via BelleJar Canning)
Peach Salsa Dip those chips in a different condiment. The spicy-sweet combo of peaches and peppers tingles the tongue. (Image via Grow and Resist)
Peach Sauce Peachy sweet sauce for ice cream or cake, or savory mop for ribs and pulled pork: Take your pick. Peaches bring the flavor. (Image via Chez Us)