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thanks for posting the recipe. i'll be trying the filling today with my galette dough. i can almost taste it.

Sometimes I think the filling is a bit too liquid-y, but I think that's because I've never managed to wait long enough for it to fully set. (Next time! Next time I will wait long enough.)

I made this pie several times and absolutely love it although I thought the original recipe called for a lattace top. When I got married, I told my husband-to-be to keep catalog, so he packed it (supposedly) when I moved into his home. We now have boxes and boxes of stuff in the basement and I don't have the time, energy or strength to rummage through all of them to find the catalog. I actually called a well known baking company that puts out a catalog and asked them to send me the recipe for the peach pie that was published a few years ago in its catalog. They sent me two that were nothing at all like this one (neither had arrowroot nor cream of tartar) so I didn't even bother to make them. Periodically I look on the internet for a peach pie recipe with those ingredients and have never had any luck. I never thought of Penzey's although I get that catalog too. Thanks so much for sharing this. Anyone who likes peach pie should try this one--you will love it.

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