Thursday, May 14, 2009

Peaches Peaches


28 comments:

drollgirl said...

lord, i wish i had one right now!

Mary-Laure said...

DROLLGIRL - you can get the exact same ones at the farmers' market in Santa Monica (corner of Arizona and 3rd street Promenade, Wed. and Sat. mornings)...

jean-louis said...

j'adorais les peches en Chine quand nous y habitions car le gout etait bien celui de la peche ( ce qui peut paraitre normal puisque l'origine des peches est:la Chine)
La bas pas de conservateurs a cette epoque alors que maintenant..

karina Manghi said...
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Debra said...

Roasted or grilled... those are gorgeous. What will you do with yours?

karina Manghi said...

Thanks for your kind words!
Those peaches looks just perfect!

Roxana said...

omg they are gorgeous... i need to go buy some right away!

A World in a PAN said...

Mouthwatering!!!

Kitty said...

One of my favourite fruits ... hopefully they'll be in season here soon!

Gabbi said...

Yummm!!!! :)

Mary-Laure said...

JL - oui, les fraises aussi etaient vraiment delicieuses.

DEBRA - I'll eat them raw, with juice dripping all over!

Rina said...

se ven tan ricos!! una de las frutas que más extraño ahora en otoño. Un abrazo!

The Seeker said...

OMG I just love them and these seem so yummy!!!!
Beautiful pictures.

Have a nice weekend

xoxo

Mary-Laure said...

RINA - si a mi tambien, lo que mas extraño en el otoño y el invierno es la fruta rica de la primavera y del verano. Menos mal que llegaron los duraznos porque estaba HARTA de las manzanas...

Annie said...

Oh my, those look so juicy and yummy.

J Elaine said...

They look divine! I have yet to see such peaches appear in the Paris markets!

I know exactly where the peach trees grow in Bordeaux so that I can pick you some while on my walks this summer. Just past the fresh eggs from my friends, Alfred and Martine... 'nous avons tout dans notre petit paridise'!

Mary-Laure said...

J ELAINE - I am eager for us to go and pick peaches together around Lafitte.

jane said...

gorgeous.

A Day That is Dessert said...

Yum!

Solange said...

they looks so sweet and fresh, the only way you can get them in a warm area :-)

heidi said...

beautiful!!!!! I can smell them from here.

raining sheep said...

Those look rather good!! We have some peaches in the store but mostly they are sour and not ripe. I love the fall when we get fruit from the Okanagan Valley here in British Columbia. Alberta is really a bit too cold to grow anything but some berries and hardy apples, but British Columbia has fabulous orchards....but, you do have to wait till like September.

sarah said...

i'm a georgia peach :)

well, i only lived there for the first 6 months of my life... but... peaches are so tasty so i'll claim it anyway!

Mary-Laure said...

HEIDI - yes, their fragrance was sublime in my kitchen.

RAINING SHEEP - it's SO difficult to find a truly delicious peach. Many are picked underripe to be shipped across seas and countries, so their never reach maturity.

SARAH - oh a Georgian peach pie! The bliss!

Esti said...

me encantan los melocotones, sobre todo su piel... :)

Mary-Laure said...

ESTI - que son los melocotones, "peaches"? En el Uruguay llamamos esta fruta "durazno"!

Relyn said...

I just love how peaches look like bums and belly buttons. So funny.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

I'm excited for peach season to come in a few months.