So I have fallen for peaches. Glorious glorious peaches from a local vendor that sells their wares out of the back of a woody, The Peach Truck. They are handpicked Georgia peaches that make their way to Nashville two days after they are plucked from the tree. They sell at the farmers market, but also make appearances in our 'hood.
They ain't cheap, but they are little slices of summer. We eat them in cobblers, in cereal, with lunch as a snack, and on toast. But girlfriend, this wasn't just any old toast. You can get the recipe for Peach Ricotta and Proscuitto Bruschetta Here.
Chuck Williams and friends call it an appetizer, but we ate this for dinner on giant slices of country bread. It. Was. Awesome. And I had to share.
Rocky's version required a knife and fork.
Another recipe I recently tried were a hit with the toddler set, but were not my favorite. If you have trouble getting bananas into your child (ahem, cough cough), try these: Healthy Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies from Here.