Peach Picking With the Ladies of Treet

by moderndomestic on August 11, 2010

Treet Peach Picking - Staff

The Ladies of Treet. From left to right: Cameron, Maria, Me, and Theresa.

Avid readers will remember that last year I went peach picking with some friends at Homestead Farms. Well this year I went peach picking with all the Ladies who make up the staff at Treet. We did it as a slightly belated birthday celebration for moi – and as a way for the staff to get a little fun time outside the kitchen.

I was much more restrained than last year – picking a mere 13 pounds of peaches (last year I picked more than 20 pounds). I’m not quite sure what I’ll do with them yet – are there any reader requests? I’ve been learning how to make pâte brisée (aka the French pie crust) in pastry class, and that kind of begs for a peach pie, don’t you think?

Treet Peach Picking - Peach

A peach on the vine. I want one right now.

Treet Peach Picking - Cameron and Theresa

Cameron and Theresa - picking peaches.

Treet Peach Picking - Goats

God those goats were cute.

Treet Peach Picking - Cameron

Cameron gets head-butted by a goat.

Treet Peach Picking - Flowers

Did you know you can pick your own flowers there too?

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Olga @ MangoTomato August 11, 2010 at 4:08 pm

omg this sounds like too much fun!!! Great shot of the flower at the end. I have a recipe for blueberry and peach cake if you are interested.


Rebecca August 11, 2010 at 7:50 pm

I did not know they have flower picking there too! How awesome. Looks like a fun day.


Becca August 11, 2010 at 9:16 pm

I had a really phenomenal peach & blueberry cobbler at Westend Bistro last night. I bet you could recreate that like gangbusters.


probonogeek August 11, 2010 at 10:06 pm

Best thing I ever made with peaches was a peach creme brulee… no reason you can’t make that AND the peach pie.


Tammy August 11, 2010 at 11:40 pm

Silver Diner’s got a delish milkshake made w fresh peaches and blueberries. It’s so refreshing and jammed with fruit. Would live to see your interpretation.


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