21 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Peach Pandowdy

  1. Pretty but the lack of words breaks my heart because I yearn to make it and eat it myself.

    I don’t have a pretty pan like that but I’d eat it ugly because it looks very tasty.

    1. The recipe is non-existent. A bit of this and a bit of that…pandowdies are like cobblers and buckles. You can pretty much make them up. But I will create a link to what I’ve put in this one soon. Promise.

  2. It looks great. Sadly, I’ll have to wait until August for fresh peaches. Definitely worth the wait though.

    1. August? Wow! Ours will be just about gone by then. These were far less than perfect, and all sported a “tree-ripened” tag. Their taste, on the other hand, was amazing!

    1. It is awesome. Haven’t thought about where the name came from, but maybe it’s dowdy-looking in a pan? Ha! Not THIS pan 🙂

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  4. Love your new site! I just came over here from your old one. I just registered for daring bakers kitchen and had to learn more. You’re the expert now!

    Yes. The dish is exquisite and the peaches are so fresh. I would love to know what you topped those peaches with. Definitely share soon!

    Enjoy sunny San Diego! I visited relatives there in December. It was hard to believe it was the holiday season!
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  5. OH! Peaches are one of my most favorite fruit and it’s getting harder and harder to wait until they come into season here in New England. What a gorgeous dessert!
    How exciting to be researching your trip to the UK – and a good focus to keep you from staring at that “empty nest”. Have a happy graduation and don’t forget the Kleenex ( sniff, sniff) –
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  6. Love the dish! What is in the dish looks wonderful. Great pictures.
    p.s. I would like a scoop of vanilla ice cream on mine please.:)

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