Peach Melba is a refreshing and fairly light dessert. It's normally composed of grilled peaches, vanilla ice cream and raspberry sauce. I had a little fun with tradition today and paired the delicious trio with an almond and peach croquant (croquant pêche amande). The croquant reinforces the peach flavor of the dessert while providing a contrast in temperature to the ice cream. Its crunchy exterior is also a welcome foil to the softness of the grilled peaches. All in all, this elegant dessert will surely impress your summer dinner guests!
Since I received the Technique® Hard Anodized 12"x18" BBQ pan with DuPont™ Teflon®, I almost never do barbecue without this pan anymore. It does an outstanding job of grilling food on our barbecue. The slits let the charcoal essence through and provide beautiful grill marks, while still being small enough to keep the flames out or letting food fall through. The ridges channel the grease and fat from the meat down around the outsides of the pan, stopping it from going onto your barbecue and making clean up easier. This obviously wasn't an issue when grilling peaches, but it's definitely helpful when cooking savory dishes.
The biggest advantage I've found is that you can move food around easily (even with metal utensils) thanks to the non-stick coating. And I love the fact that the pan has tall handles, making it very portable. My only issue with the pan is that it's somewhat large and may be a tight fit for smaller grills. It fits comfortably on our grill, but I believe that they also make smaller versions you might want to look at if you're interested.