Peach season is in full swing! They’re at their peak right now so it’s time to enjoy them at their best! I was given a bunch of ripe, juicy, locally grown peaches a few days ago. I knew that some of these peaches were destined to go in a pie, but whenever you have something so flavorful and delicious, it doesn’t really matter what you put them in, or how you use them – it’s guaranteed to be delicious. I have a recipe for a sour cream apple pie that I have made over and over because it’s just that good, and because certain family members always request it. I had seen this recipe for sour cream peach pie, which sounds just as tasty, and I’ve been waiting for the perfect peaches before I made it for the first time.
Well, the time had come, so I baked one up and dropped it off with Jill. Lucky girl! Jill is a good friend of all of ours, and I’ve known her, well, my entire life. Jill and I grew up in the same community, and we both come from families with strong roots in the area. Some of my best memories with Jill happened on church float trips – we were the best canoeing partners! Now, she actually works for my family, on the farm, so we still get to see one another pretty frequently. She’s the one, I’m pretty sure, who keeps our whole farming business organized. She pays the bills, and takes the phone calls, and in the fall she works her tail off helping to run the corn maze. Thanks, Jill! Hope you enjoyed the pie!