We just picked a bunch of peaches off our peach tree this morning. There is additional fruit left on the tree and we already have more than we can eat in the next few days. Is there a process I can use to store these peaches for a long time (freezing or otherwise)?
1) Wash and peel the ripened peaches.
1) Same as step one above.
Quarter or eighth, lay out on a baking sheet, freeze overnight, and bag. They will keep frozen for a year.
My mom used to make a pie crust and put a bag in the crust, fill with peaches, seal the peach bag, bag the whole thing and stuff it in the chest freezer. Then, in the depths of winter, you could whip out a peach pie in about as long as it takes to bake.
Canning is also good. They can be canned plain, or with a bit of sugar and water.