I seriously have no idea where this summer went. I am pretty sure I blinked and the summer was over?! Tomorrow is already September and it will officially be pumpkin everything! Don’t get me wrong, I love fall. I just hate what comes after fall! And it is such a busy time for us, harvest will be here and gone before we know it!
The other day we ventured down to Slims Country Market just outside of Story City. If you have never been, I would highly recommend a stop there if you are ever in the area! We wanted to grab up some good fresh produce before the season ends.
We picked up quite a few things we needed; but their Colorado peaches they just got in were amazing! My mom and I ate them all before my dad could even sample one! Needless to say, we will be picking up more this weekend on our way to Ames. They also have really good seedless watermelon right now as well!
Since I’m on the topic of really good peaches; I thought I would share my easy peach tea recipe that is really tasty and simple! I plan on making some this weekend after I get more peaches.
Ingredients for the peach syrup:
One cup water
One cup sugar
2-3 fresh sliced peaches
3 tea bags
6 cups water
Bring the syrup ingredients to a boil. Then reduce the heat to medium. Crush up the peach slices as you stir and dissolve the sugar.
Turn off the heat, cover and let set for 30 minutes.
In a separate pot boil the water and brew tea bags. Let steep 5 minutes.
Remove the tea bags and refrigerate.
Strain the syrup and remove any fruit pieces.
Add the syrup to the tea and serve over ice.
This is also really good with a splash of lemonade! 🍑🍋🍉
Have a good Labor Day weekend!