I look forward to this time of year because my favorite fruit is PEACHES! Every year my mom gives me a ton of peaches from her neighbors very delicious peach tree. I freeze enough for the year and we eat the rest.
All you have to do is peel them, cut them up, and put them in a freezer bag. Placing them in a pot of boiling water and scalding them for 30 seconds makes the peels just slid right off. To keep their color you can also put a little sugar in with them. I don't add sugar and they still look pretty good to me.
Frozen peaches make the best smoothies and go great on waffles.
My mom also had a bumper crop of green beans and I froze some of those too. All I did for the beans was cook them for 3 minutes, bathe them in ice water, and put them in Ziploc bags.
With all of those peaches in the house I developed a fruit fly problem. I solved the problem in just a couple of hours by making this:
I took a mason jar and put a little bit of apple cider vinegar (about a tablespoon) and part of a peach in it. I made a funnel out of a piece of paper and left a fruit fly sized hole in it. Then I put it in the jar and sealed it with tape. The fruit flies go into the funnel, but not out. Any fruit will work in the jar as long as you have removed the fruit from your kitchen counter. If there is fruit on your counter they will go to that first.
About 2 hours after I made this, I had caught all of the fruit flies in my house.
After you catch the fruit flies you just put the jar in your freezer for a few minutes to kill them and then you can take it out and use it again.