Summer Fruits Are Downright Peachy Keen

Learn to make the most of late summer fruits.


| August 2013


As the month of August whirls by, we all know what that means: Fall is gearing up to make its official debut. There is still time, however, to enjoy the fruits of the season. Peaches, plums, blackberries, blueberries and melons are now at the end of their growing seasons, so let us show you how to make the most of these summer treats. Perhaps tonight you can try one of our savory takes on the sweet classics, or maybe you’ve been looking for the perfect jam recipe to preserve those flavors for months to come. There’s plenty more where these came from, so you’ll definitely want to read on. Bon appétit!

Who Says Fruit Can't Be Savory?

Peach and Vidalia Onion Salad
Grilled Chicken and Peach Kebabs
Blueberry Salsa

Let's Talk About Preserves



Kansas Preserves With Sorghum Syrup
Blueberry Preserves
Plum Jam
Watermelon Preserves
Seasonal Fruits in Chutneys

More Summer Fruit Ideas







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