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14 Comments

  1. I love that you paired fresh ginger with the peaches! That sounds so refreshing, and these pictures are beautiful. I felt the same way about this summer flying by… this year we had snow all the way through April, and I think that threw off my internal clock. Now the leaves are changing colors and I’m so not ready for it!

    1. We had snow all the way through April, too! It was such a horrible winter last year. Hopefully this one will be better though πŸ™‚ I guess there’s always fall related cooking to look forward to – like pumpkins, apples and soup!

  2. Wow.. this looks beautiful! I love that you use premade pie crust to make a much more doable weeknight or even weekend dessert! And the ginger is genius. Because you are genius uh DUH!

    1. More like laziness! But, it was made pretty quickly so it’s perfect for any day of the week. I actually found some seemingly all-natural crust. I’m still not 100% sure how healthy it is, but it’s supposed to be made with real butter instead of lard-o shortening, which is good since I’m always so grossed out by shortening.

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