|I know they don't look ripe, but this peach tree produces green tinged yellow fruit which is white inside.|
I am also not actively defending the peaches from others who like to eat them. The wallabies are eating as many as they want by night, sucking the stones clean and adding to the mulch.
And the crimson rozellas are free to sample.
|the t-shirt as basket|
|This is the image I sent to ABC Riverina's Gardening Talk-back in order to try to identify the pale variety - they couldn't help. They said it looks like a moon. Pretty isn't it?|
1 cup milk
3/4 cup flour
1/2 cup honey
1 tbsp melted butter
1 tsp vanilla
1 tbsp sugar
* 3 cups peeled and sliced peaches
Prepare peaches and toss in sugar and reserve. Lightly grease a baking dish and place the fruit and sugar mix in the bottom of the dish.
Place all ingredients except the peaches and the sugar in a blender and blend. Pour over the fruit. Bake in a 180c oven until golden brown. Eat.
Looks good doesn't it? But in fact is was a bit loose. I followed a recipe exactly... it might have been loose because the fruit was very juicy (even though I drained it and drank the peach nectar - yum) or because the batter was too moist. If I were to make this again with the same fruit, then I would use only 1/2 cup of milk. Was it yummy? Yes.
I am contributing this post to VG's Thursday Garden Gobbles, see what bounty others are cooking.