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Thread: Spiced Peaches

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    Senior Member ladydukes's Avatar
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    Spiced Peaches

    Years and years (and years....) ago, my beloved Grandmother used to make Spiced Peaches. As a kid, I thought they were gross, but now - I would absolutely love to have the recipe.

    Do any of you wonderful QB friends have your Dear Grandmother's recipe that you could share with me?

    Ladydukes in WA State

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    EASY SPICED PEACHES
    4 (16oz) peach halves, in light syrup 3 cinnamon sticks 2 cps sugar
    2 teasp whole allspice 2 teasp whole cloves 1 cup cider vinegar
    Bring all ingredients to a boil in large pot. Reduce heat and gently boil 20 to 30 minutes, until liquid is slightly thickened. Divide peaches among 3 pint jars. Add 1 of the cinnamon sticks to each jar. Pour hot liquid over peaches. Cool, cover & refrigerate.

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    SPICED PEACHES

    2 (29 oz.) cans cling peach halves 1&1/3 cps sugar 1 cp. cider vinegar
    4 cinnamon sticks 2 teasp. whole cloves
    Drain peaches, reserve syrup. Combine syrup, sugar, vinegar, cloves & cinnamon in pan, bring to boil. Simmer 10 minutes. Pour over peach halves, cool; store in refrigerator.

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    i know what u mean wish i could find 1 2 mine were hole peaches were u`r

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    I am going to try to figure out how my DM made hers! They were great! So many of her recipes were just that...........Hers! I have some of her old canning books and have helped her with canning for years, but I was usually the Helper more than anything. I made 4 batches of Apple Butter before I even came close to hers! Guess if I find some good peaches, I will have to go through the same trial and error! More error in my experience! LOL

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