Do you ever find yourself using weird descriptive words?
Like who was the first person to say “totes?”
Or where did “da bomb” originate from?
If you find out, let a sister know.
Lately I have been catching myself using the word “kryptonite.”
Like “oh, this glass of red wine is my kryptonite.” Or “I can’t help it; pizza is my kryptonite.”
But seriously y’all these peaches ARE. MY. KRYPTONITE!
This morning as I drug myself out of the house to hit up a barre class, I was thinking about how I would grab a fresh juice afterwards and that would be something to look forward to. A reward if you will.
Cut to half-way through class as I was on the verge of sweaty death it hit me like a freight train…
I was grilling peaches when I got home!
Y’all think about food while you work out too, right?
Don’t answer that, let me pretend I’m normal.
I picked some basil from my garden, got some local honey and goat cheese out for garnish and I was well on my way.
I told y’all that these are my kryptonite, didn’t I?
Ingredients: For 1 peach, 2 halves
1 ripe peach, halved and pit removed
1 Tablespoon goat cheese
A few fresh basil leaves, chiffonade
Honey as desired for drizzle (you could also use organic maple syrup… ah yea)
Start by heating your grill or grill pan. Cut the peach in half and remove the pit. Grill the peaches for 8-10 minutes.
Once the peaches are done, crumble some goat cheese on top, drizzle with honey and top with some basil.
Bada bing, bada boom!