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Life is always sweeter when you add a few slices of peach pie to the mix.
Peach pie is one of my favorite desserts. I often crack open a jar of grandma’s canned peaches and make my family a deliciously baked pan of happiness. Did you know that the peaches my grandmother preserves come from her and grandad’s grove? Yep, they have their very own orchard on their property in Georgia. How cool is that? Anyway, using fresh peaches when making pie is always the best!
Thank you so much, Bless Us O Lord, for sharing your peach pie recipe with us. The leftovers (if there are any) taste even better the next day!
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Quick Tip: Make an apple crumb pie using this same recipe but omitting the peaches.