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How to Make BBQ Peaches

See how to make grilled peaches, a delicious side for grilled meats. Then get the recipe for Chef John's Barbequed Peaches. Grilling peaches is a great way to get the last from your hot coals, after you’ve pulled your meat from the grill; and it’s the perfect pastime as you wait for the meat to rest. In this video, you’ll learn why freestone (not clingstone) peaches are the right variety for this recipe. You’ll see how to score the peaches before drizzling them with barbeque sauce.

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  • Sis

How about trying "Mountain peaches" for breakfast! Place 1 peach per person in saucepan deep enough to cover with water. Boil till fork tender. Remove from water, cut in half, remove seed & place small pat of butter in indentation. Sprinkle with a little sugar. Enjoy with a piece of toast. Don't you just love August!

  • scarysarah

I totally love August with all the fresh peaches, corn on the cob, blueberries, and veggies. I had to go into the hospital and had the dilemma of dealing with a basket of peaches. I dipped them in boiling water, slid off the skins, cut them really small, and made freezer jam. It will be so nice to dig into it during the cold winter months!

  • Al

Al B I made Chef John's peaches with a little different twist. I followed the recipe but instead of barbeque sauce I covered the peaches with maple syrup and topped them with cinnamon. I put the peaches on the top shelf of the barbeque for about 10 minutes and then put them flesh side down on the grill for about 5 minutes until I had nice grill marks. I topped them with vanilla ice cream. What a nice summer desert.