dessert.

sometimes i forget that not every post has to be soul-searching and introspective, and i should write even if it’s not deep.
last week, i made a marshmallowy-gooey juicy-peachy dessert using christine’s recipe.

12 thoughts on “dessert.

  1. christine says:

    Looks delicious! I’m impressed it lasted long enough for pictures. And yes, ripe peaches are key but I can never wait for them to ripen. It’s still yummy, even with slightly crunchy peaches. Can’t wait to see the strawberry version.

    • luckily, they were past the crunch stage, they just weren’t incredibly juicy yet. i wonder how this dessert would be with nectarines? i usually prefer nectarines over peaches… mmmm.

  2. Love the picture of the cat smelling the peach!

    • fieryskulldiaries says:

      she ALWAYS wants to know what i’m doing in the kitchen. she comes in there and stands beside me and makes pitiful little crying sounds if i don’t let her smell something!

      • Alisa Alering says:

        My cats never care what I’m doing in the kitchen (I guess being a vegetarian doesn’t help with that) but they do like random smells. Your kitty must be extra scent-motivated. Cute!

      • Aw! Pippin always wants to smell what I’m eating. (Not eat it or lick it, just smell it.)

  3. jamie dawn says:

    hi there! i just found your blog and i can tell i am already in love with it. love your photos and your intro! … plus, im a cincinnati girl so we are sort of neighbors!! glad to be here!!

    • fieryskulldiaries says:

      i’m glad you found me! i feel like i’m in cincinnati pretty frequently, or driving through to get to ikea. i’m also an instagrammer (vanessafromky), lover of stripes, and fearless about mixing silver and gold. i think we’re going to get along swell. :D

  4. Betty says:

    Yum. This looks so delicious. I love peaches and any sort of crumbly dessert.

  5. decoybetty says:

    A super yummy gooey peach recipe I use can actually use unripe peaches (or over ripe peaches, basically sub par peaches) – you just cut them in half – and then mix together brown sugar, cinnamon, torn basil, and softened butter – then stuff the butter mixture into the depitted peaches and bake for 20 minutes – eat with ice cream!

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