You Should Spend Your Summer Eating Peaches. Here Are a Few Ways You Can.

While Georgia has been tooting its own little horn for years over its peaches, Oregon and Washington have been slowly killing it when it comes to stone fruit. Maryhill peaches benefit from hot days, less rain than the western part of the state, and cool nights; they’re sweet, eat-over-the-sink sort of peaches when they’re ripe, impossibly juicy. Baird Family Orchards also has its devotees; their trees benefit from the same conditions as the region’s wine grapes, which allow them to ripen over time, to develop a more nuanced depth of flavor.

Even more than heirloom tomatoes, Portland chefs salivate over peaches once they’re in season. At this point,

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