Muddled, grilled, poached, or fresh off the pit, there's more than one way to enjoy summer's fresh peaches
Peach Lingo: Peaches are called freestone or clingstone, depending on how strongly the pit is attached. Freestone fruit, which easily separates from the pit, is great for eating fresh, poaching, and grilling. Clingstones typically need to be cut away from the pit and are best puréed or turned into preserves.
Recipe: Peach Collins