[Sca-cooks] Peaches?

Jane Boyko jboyko at magma.ca
Tue Jul 14 06:29:51 PDT 2009

I can send you the recipe from the 1636 Gentlewoman's Closet that I  
have.  I know that is OOP for some people.

Let me know.

On 14-Jul-09, at 8:45 AM, Bronwynmgn at aol.com wrote:

> Are there period recipes involving peaches?  It seems, from the  
> current
> discussions, that there are at least recipes for preserving peaches  
> from late
> period.  A friend who has a period cloister garden has had a bounty  
> of fruit
> from his peach tree (not quite ripe, but he lost a large branch from  
> the
> tree and had to rescue the peaches on it) and we'd like to do  
> something with it
> at Pennsic, but probably won't have time to do anything elaborate  
> before we
> go.  Some, at least, of the peaches have been or will be cut off the  
> stones
> and frozen.  We've been discussing making peach cobbler in the Dutch  
> oven,
> at least!
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