Mary Tyler, known as “The Peach Lady,” suggested a great no-bake way to eat fresh peaches, in season at the market: slice and peel, top with brown sugar and refrigerate after the juices have been pulled out. Then serve with pound cake and vanilla ice cream.
Mary Tyler, known as “The Peach Lady,” suggested a great no-bake way to eat fresh peaches, in season at the market: slice and peel, top with brown sugar and refrigerate after the juices have been pulled out. Then serve with pound cake and vanilla ice cream. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Mary Tyler, known as “The Peach Lady,” suggested a great no-bake way to eat fresh peaches, in season at the market: slice and peel, top with brown sugar and refrigerate after the juices have been pulled out. Then serve with pound cake and vanilla ice cream. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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