Thursday, September 9, 2010

Whats For Dinner Next Week: Grilled Peaches With Spicy Vanilla Sauce

Hi, I am so glad you could stop by today.  I just love this time of the year because it is finally cool enough for us to come back outside. So this week I am planning on a late candle light dinner on the patio.  It will be a great evening!  My feature recipe this week is on Sunday.  Grilled Peaches with Spicy Vanilla Sauce, it is heavenly and a must try.

Veggie and Meat K-Bobs on the Grill
Wild Rice
Garlic Rolls
Grilled Peaches with Spicy Vanilla Sauce *Feature Recipe*

Slow Cooker
Country Ribs
Fresh Collard Greens
Look for my Collard Greens Recipe
Oven Braised Collard Greens
Steamed Fresh Summer Squash
Corn Bread
Fresh Berry Short Cake

Stuffed Rainbow Bell Peppers
Mashed Garlic Potatoes
Sliced Heirloom Tomatoes with Basil Oil
Peach Cobbler With Sugar and Gluten Free Lemon Ice Cream
Recipe for Sugar and Gluten Free Lemon Ice Cream
Amy Green and Helen Adams

Recipe From "Miz Helen's Kitchen Table"
Chicken Delight Casserole
Early Peas and Carrots
Herb Oven Toast
Pound Cake with Fruit and Spicy Vanilla Sauce (left over from Sunday) 

Oven Chalupa
Pico Di Gallo
Baked Corn Chips
Lemon Ice Cream (left over from Tuesday)

Spaghetti with Fresh Tomato Sauce
Tossed Green Salad
Garlic Bread
Cheese Cake with Raspberry Sauce

Grilled Salmon
Roasted Vegetables with Red Pepper
Spicy Cole Slaw
Homemade Cottage Bread
Cheese Cake with Raspberry Sauce (left over from Friday)

Roasted Peaches With Spicy Vanilla Sauce
To prepare the peaches cut in half leave the peeling on take out the seed
Drizzle the peaches with your favorite honey, I used a lavender honey
Now we head out to the grill.

Requires a hot grill about 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
The Sauce
2 cups heavy cream
1/2 cup honey, I used Lavender Honey
2 vanilla beans or 11/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 cinnamon stick or 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 1/2 teaspoons chili powder
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 teaspoon of fresh grated nutmeg
dash of salt
Mix all the ingredients and pour into saucepan.  Heat the sauce, but do not boil. 

Strain the sauce and cool before serving.

This is delicious! We had some cream left over that we used on pound cake with fruit.
Leonard loved the sauce he says he wants it every week.

I hope that you have a great week end! Happy Eating
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
Linking to:
Slightly Indulgent Tuesday
Tuesday Twister
Tuesday At The Table
Tasty Tuesday
Menu Plan Monday 


  1. Dad always want sweets every week....that is one blessed man I will tell you. Menus looks delisiou can't wait to get back to normal cooking again. The peaches look amazing. Thanks for the menu ideas

  2. That's right, your Dad has to have a dessert every night. This peach and sauce recipe will be made many times in the is yummy! Thanks for coming by the Cottage today.

  3. Miz Helen, you rock :-). I love you and your recipes so much - which one will I try next?? I'm working on that.
    Thank you :-)

  4. That looks delish! I made some vanilla bean peach jam this summer, and it seems to be everyone's favorite.

    I'll have to give your roasted peaches a try!

  5. These sound delightful! I adore peaches and have never thought of grilling them. What a yummy treat!

  6. YUMMY! Too bad we just ate our last peach. May have to run and get more. lol. Thanks for linkin up to tasty tuesdays.

  7. wow -- what a great way to enjoy a peach :)

    Thanks for visiting this week!

  8. Yes, what a great way to make peaches. I love your sauce with the real cinnamon stick. Perfect. Thanks for linking up to Slightly Indulgent Tuesday!


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