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  1. JoEtta

    This looks delicious. I make an upsidedown cake using peaches and a gingerbread cake mix. Different and, also, delicious.

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    1. Kevin

      Yum, that sounds good, let us know how it turns out!

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  2. Sharon

    How long or to what stage do you heat the peaches in the skillet?

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  3. Heather

    This recipe sounds like the one my Mother used to make. I lost it a long time ago. I’ll be trying this one soon.

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  4. Nancee

    This recipe is similar to a recipe my Dutch grandmother used to make, only placing fresh peach haves on top. It’s wonderful! I’m praying that we have peaches here in Michigan after the hard freeze we had earlier this spring. Reports are not good looking good for Michigan fruit farmers.

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  5. Melanie Dahms

    Oh yum was this stuff ever good. We made this and it was gone in 2 days. The nice thing about it was it was good warm or cold and with or without ice cream. I will make this again really soon. I make one somthing like it with pears but I like peaches better.

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  6. Brenda Cubbage

    This looks soooo yummy!!! Thank you!

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  7. Donna K Smith

    YUM!!! I can’t wait to try this. It sounds so yummy at this peach season.

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  8. Anita Butler

    I noticed the directions say to use a slotted spoon to transfer the peaches from the skillet to the pan. Could you clarify how long or how high to cook the peaches in the skillet and what to do with the juice left in the skillet after transferring the peaches.

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  9. Nanny

    Can I use canned peaches

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    1. Kevin

      Yes, Nancy, canned are OK, just drain them first!

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