PEACHES in THE SKY

41 thoughts on “PEACHES in THE SKY”

  1. Oh, I so love the wisteria shot…I have wisteria but it is only just beginning to try to open. It will take a few days before any blooms are fully open. My bloom pods are only about half as long as these and as the ones my mom had..

    Love that sky shot…my daughter lived in LA for about 6 years!

    OH, peaches are my favorite fruit…I think.

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  2. My aunt and uncle had an orchard in the Okanagan area in south-central BC and we used to visit and gorge on the peaches. Still my favourite pie a la mode and ice-cream flavour. But I’ve ever heard of barbecuing them! How? Just cut in half, remove stone and face down on the heat? Any sauce?

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  3. I would love to taste those fresh Californian peaches. Wouldn’t mind to have that Wisteria, too 🙂 Happy Day!

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  4. Those peaches look delicious and that decorative arch is magnificent, Jesh. But your view is what really got me. How lovely to have your home nestled among the trees like that.

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    1. Was on my way to your Thurs. Door post, and saw your post about spam … and fished you among 10 others out of my spam folder. I already thought it was odd to receive 3 likes from you, but not a comment…Sorry this is happening to you – keeping fingers crossed for next week!

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    1. When I BBQ salmon ( (brush with olive oil, rice vinegar, and thyme on it) with red onions, I add the peaches last. (the onions actually take the longest) That’s all!

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  5. I am still trying to find a decent peach. The last two times when I got home and opened them the insides was hard and brown. Next try I’m opening it at the store…

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  6. Goes to show you nothing is fair in this world; you got fresh organic peaches and Norm got spam! In Hawaii, the Spam capital of the world, Norm would be the winner if it wasn’t that kind of spam! Nice ornamental work adorning the arch and “alternative fact” door. 🙂

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    1. That whole spam thing -I feel for Norm, because he has so many people to contact and comment to – now I have my own challenge (All Sasons) , I know that part takes most time, not prepping the post). Never related Hawaii with Spam (you meant the meat?)
      The arch is in Balboa Park in San Diego:)

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  7. Grilled peaches? I have never had those. I am sure they taste delicious. I have tried grilled pineapple and it tastes so good! #TPThursday

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    1. Thanks for getting back, Ruth. Your post about Budapest, wanted me me to a do-over for that city! Somehow all the East block countries looked so grim under communism, and took away their cultural identity. Am happy for them they are free now!
      Grilled pineapple with chicken – yum! It’s comparable. The grilling brings out the sweetness of the fruit. Believe it or not, I had the recipe from a (non-food) blog!

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  8. Oh yes, Wisteria is lovely and true spring – although mine will not blossom for about three weeks or even more this strange spring. Today I have bare feet and sandals, tomorrow I will need my boots again …

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  9. Those peaches look delicious. It will be late July or early August before the Ontario peaches finally show up in the stores here, but while they are fresh, they are soooooo good! Love the shot of the boat, too! And the wisteria, which makes me think of my grandparents.

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  10. The peaches look delicious! I sadly lost my peach tree in a storm last year. Love the old architecture. Thanks so much for joining Friday’s Hunt. Hope you have a great week.

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  11. I love wisteria although it doesn’t grow in our warm climate in the north of Australia. I loved the view through your window too! We recently sold our house as we are retired and shifted to a beach destination. Our bedrooms hadn’t seen kids for ten years, but we decorated one as a fun kids room and it did help to sell the house. Our daughter complained that her room was never that nice lol.

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