Servings: 10 to 12
Bourbon, vanilla, and thyme mingle with peaches in this summer crowd pleaser. No need to peel the peaches: Their delicate skin becomes tender during baking.
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Made crust per recipe but doubled traditional peach pie ingredients instead the one listed here. Given its shape, the family, adults and children enjoyed it.
I made this sheet pie with rhubarb instead of peaches. I referred to the rhubarb pie filling from issue 65, but doubled the amount of filling and increased cornstarch, using a total of 4 Tbsp. The mix was very juicy and leaked off of the pastry sheet before I could even seal up the sides! Peaches are quite juicy too.
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