Muddled, grilled, poached, or fresh off the pit, there's more than one way to enjoy summer's fresh peaches
White peaches turn a soft shade of pink when poached.
Peach-peeling secret: Fuzz is a beloved characteristic of the peach, but when cooked, it can become tough. Remove the skin easily by scoring an X into the top and bottom of the fruit with a paring knife. Ease it into a pot of boiling water for 20 seconds, then transfer to a bowl of ice water. Rub skin at the X to loosen; then rub it off.