One of the most anticipated arrivals at our local farm stand is the peaches. These deliciously juicy fruits with their beautiful golden flesh are the height of summer’s goodness. It’s always a struggle to avoid those awful hard and hardly ripe early birds in favor of waiting until the real deal arrives. Fortunately, this year’s crop is in full flavor right now. Now peach pies and cobblers are standard ways to use this fruit. But Andrew loves to find a reason to bake a cake and he found this fantastic recipe for one in “All Cakes Considered”. The book is “a year’s worth of weekly recipes tested, tasted, and approved by the staff of National Public Radio’s ‘All Things Considered’ (Chronicle Books 2009).
Œufs à la neige (Snow Eggs) - A French Classic, Oeufs à la neige (snow eggs) are soft meringues in a pool of ice-cold custard, finished with crunchy caramel!
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