The sweetness continues

Grand prize winner Susan Barstow of New Castle holds one of her peach pies baked with the recipe that won the peach recipe contest at this year’s Palisade Peach Festival.



Susan Barstow’s peach pie was the grand prize winner of the peach recipe contest at this year’s Palisade Peach Festival. Barstow lives in New Castle.



Susan Barstow’s peach pie was the grand prize winner of the peach recipe contest at this year’s Palisade Peach Festival.



Susan Barstow’s peach pie was the grand prize winner of the peach recipe contest at this year’s Palisade Peach Festival.



QUICKREAD

GRAND PRIZE WINNER RECIPE

Susan Barstow, New Castle — Peach Pie

Double pie crust: Susan suggests using a pie crust recipe calling for both butter and vegetable shortening. The combination makes a delicious, flaky crust. I googled and found many. You’ll find them in your cookbooks as well.

Filling: http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/peach-pie

Note on Susan: She grew up in Palisade, taught school in Parachute and Rifle for 25 years, then taught in the Alaskan bush country and Kuwait. After spending some time in New Castle, she’s in the process of moving back home to Palisade. Her sister from Strawn, Texas, comes up to enter the contest with her and won a third place this year. Her other sister in Palisade hasn’t placed yet, but she hasn’t given up trying!

For the recipes from all the winners in each category, go to palisadepeachfest.com.



The Palisade Peach Recipe Contest and Festival is over, but the peach season isn’t. We’ve moved into the September peach season, filled with luscious varieties, some old favorites and many newer ones, all with that Palisade peach taste. How sweet it is.

This good news means you have time to make some of the prize-winning recipes from the 2016 Palisade Peach Recipe Contest held last month. Congratulations to all the winners. Your entries were delicious, as evidenced by our judges’ happy faces. But I must tell you, they didn’t have an easy job, there were so many delicious entries. It’s time to get cookin’ with those recipes with the abundance of peaches still available.

After talking with many growers, I learned some may have peaches just for another week, many will through the third week of September, while others will extend into October. Phone numbers are included with the ones we heard from, and a complete list of growers is available at palisadepeachfest.com, under information. Check it out.

PLENTY OF PEACHES

STILL AVAILABLE

Aloha Organic Fruit: Currently picking PF28-007, then PF25 and lastly O’Henry. They have weeks to go yet. 970-464-2272.

Anita’s Pantry: O’Henry, Cresthavens and Suncrest. 970-985-2282.

Just Peachy: Cresthaven and O’Henry peaches in September. May also have local nectarines. 970-464-5207

Kokopelli Farm: Peaches well into October. Fairtimes, O’Henry, September Sun, Ryan’s Son. He says the best is yet to come! Makes hand-held peach pies and smoothies. 970-464-4991

Nana’s Jam and Fruit Shack: O’Henry, Autumn Star, Angelus, PF27. Have some varieties into October. These sweet varieties, with a little bit firmer flesh, make great pies. 970-216-1636.

Mount Lincoln Peach Company: Angelus, Cresthaven and PF35 to finish out the year. 970-361-2027

Peachfork: O’Henry. 970-434-6273

Talbott’s: O’Henry, August Lady, Ryan’s Son. Probably until around Sept. 22. 970-464-5656

 

2016 PALISADE PEACH

RECIPE CONTEST WINNERS

 

Grand prize winner: Susan Barstow, New Castle — Peach Pie

 

Category A – Pies, Cobblers and Tarts

First place: Eileen Hart, Grand Junction — Cream Peach Pie

Second place: Deborah Samuels, Palisade — Perfect Peach Pie Surprise

Third place: Nancy Mallory, Strawn, Texas — Salted Caramel Peach Pie

 

Category B – Desserts

First place: Judy Alexander, Grand Junction — Peach Shortbread Delights

Second place: Dawn Carstens, Palisade — Elberta Peaches and Cream II

Third place: Jaime Woodring, Grand Junction — Peach Crepes

 

Category C – Sweet and Savory

First place: Kathi Hemmer, Grand Junction — Peach Relish Over Bourbon Peach Glazed Halibut

Second place: Julie Coleman, Grand Junction — Peach Mango Salsa

Third place: Henry De La Hoz, Grand Junction — Grilled Palisade Peach in Bacon

 

Category D – Home Canned/Preserved

First place: Julie Coleman, Grand Junction — Peach Bourbon Ginger Jam

Second place: Sue Kiser, Grand Junction — Palisade Peach Caramel Sauce

Third place: Janice Psenda, Palisade — Peach Apricot Jelly


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