Back in March, The Peach Truck, a Nashville-based company that delivers fresh sweet Georgia peaches from small family farms in the south across America, reached out to The Armenian Kitchen.
Their representative, Julia, discovered our website and ‘loved’ it. She also noticed a post I’d written on Peach Sorbet that mentions peach season.
Julia said that they’d recently released an in-depth blog post when to expect peaches to be in season, giving insight on harvest time by state and how to tell when they’re ripe.
She not only asked if I’d be interested in adding the link as an additional resource, but offered to ship me some peaches as soon as the pickings were ripe. I could hardly refuse an offer like that!
Lo-and-behold, a box of sweet, juicy peaches arrived a few days ago. There were 13 peaches in all, each packed snuggly in soft, spongy compartments so as not to get bruised in transit.
My husband, Doug, was in the mood for Gatnabour (Armenian Rice Pudding) so I thought why not make some and top it with these incredibly tasty peaches?
So, that’s just what I did!
By the way, The Peach Truck website offers an array of peachy-recipes, too. You’ll want to check those out.
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