Peaches with Honey, Goat Cheese, and Pine Nuts

Peaches with Honey, Goat Cheese, and Pine Nuts
Peaches with Honey, Goat Cheese, and Pine Nuts

Hi.  Ummm.  Is this thing on?  Long time no post, eh?  Well, it is certainly not because I am not cooking (double negative, gross), but sometimes you have to live life.  I have been cooking my way through a few cookbooks this year, which I would love to tell you more about. The subject at hand is peaches.  When I was little, I think I ate too many ripe and juicy Georgia peaches in one sitting [and got really itchy all over].  Later, I realized that it was hard to find those perfect peaches, hence the gorging.  When we had a CSA in NJ, it was the first time in a while that I bothered with the peaches.  It’s just so hard to find that perfect peach and the peaches sold in the grocery store were a far cry from what I envisioned.  Here in AZ, it seems to be a bit easier for them to get it straight with produce in general, so I found myself drawn to the peach display at the store.  With my grocery shopping, generally I try to stick to the list, but with fresh fruit, I just buy what is in season and looks good.

I thought I would ease myself in here with a easy one.  It’s not even a recipe.  And peaches are probably no longer in season where you are.  However, it was a pretty awesome flash of brilliance on my part, so I wanted it recorded here.

Peaches with Honey, Goat Cheese, and Pine Nuts

Ingredients:

Peaches

Honey

2 tbsp goat cheese

1 tbsp pine nuts

Directions:

Slice peaches into wedges.  Drizzle honey over peaches to taste.  Crumble goat cheese onto peaches.  Sprinkle with pine nuts.  Enjoy!

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