Greetings! Welcome to this week’s Hearth and Soul Link Party where this week I’m featuring deliciously seasonal peach recipes. I don’t normally concentrate solely on recipes here at the party anymore, but peaches are a real favourite of mine so I hope you all won’t mind just this once!
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We are enjoying a very warm end to summer here in the UK, but there are some lovely signs of fall approaching. After a gorgeously warm summer, our leaves are beginning to turn much more vibrant colours than they normally do. The grain is a beautiful shade of gold in the fields not far from our home, and it’s definitely looking like harvest time. As the long weekend of the summer approaches, I’m finally looking forward to fall.
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I love Afternoon Tea any time of year, but it’s an especially nice way to spend a fall afternoon.
I’ve recently updated my post on my favourite places to enjoy afternoon tea in London (so far!) – so do check it out for new places to go, and more photographs!
I also shared one of my favourite family salad recipes.
I make Grandma’s Coleslaw all year round, and it’s especially nice with red cabbage in late summer and autumn.
Thank you so much to everyone who visited and shared last week. This week I’m featuring seasonal peach recipes from our Hearth and Soul Community.
Featured Peach Recipes
Featured posts (from top left, clockwise):-
I’m not sure which of these 10 Delicious Peach Recipes from Michele at Queen Bee Baker to try first!
This recipe for Old Fashioned Peach Bars from Miz Helen at Miz Helen’s Country Cottage has been in her family for generations, and it sounds so good.
No Bake Peach Yum Yum from Tracey at The Kitchen is My Playground also has a lovely family story behind it. It definitely looks like something that would make me say yum yum!
This Peach Leaf Ice Cream from Lina at Sew Historically is dairy and egg free. I was fascinated by her use of peach leaves, but do be sure to read the post and recipe carefully!
You can’t beat this Super Easy Peach Cobbler with Just 4 Ingredients from Jessica and Nellie at Butter with a Side of Bread for last minute entertaining. You may even have all the ingredients on hand already!
The Hearth and Soul Link Party
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Wishing you lots of fun in the week ahead!