The Pearson Farm Story
Rooted in the red clay of Zenith, Georgia since 1885, we carry a five-generation legacy of growing the finest peaches and pecans in the South. Here at the farm, we are grateful to nurture these orchards that hold our family story, and our passion for growing only strengthens with each harvest season. We value the deep connection formed with our land, our family, and the food we gather. And we want to share that connection with you. Whether it’s the first taste of a freestone peach or the buttery crunch of an Elliot pecan, every bite is a celebration worth sharing. Try some for yourself and taste the straight-from-the-farm difference you will experience at Pearson Farm.
There is no finer
place in which to live
and work than in the
middle of an orchard.
5th generation farmer
What we Grow
Our premium Georgia pecans are harvested, shelled, and packed right here on the farm. That means you get freshness and flavor straight from the source. With a rich texture and taste, our pecans deliver valuable health benefits, endless recipe options, and the perfect grab-and-go snack. From in-shell pecans straight from the tree, to decadent creations from our farm kitchen, we have countless ways to share and enjoy such a bountiful harvest.
A juicy, sweet Georgia peach gives flavor to your summer like nothing else. Our orchards are filled with over forty delicious varieties, each with a distinct color, texture, and sweetness all its own. With roots this deep in the heart of the peach state, we’ve learned to treasure this amazing fruit. That’s why we handpick at just the right time, hand pack the right way, and deliver box after box of gorgeous peach goodness all season.
Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper. In a mixing bowl, add the butter and sugar and mix on high for 3 minutes. Mix in the eggs and vanilla. Add in the salt and flour. Once mixed, place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Add the pecan meal to a bowl. Scoop out the cookie dough using a 1 1/2" ice cream scoop, roll in the pecan meal and place on the cookie sheet. Use a spoon to press down the center slightly and fill with the jam/preserves. Bake for 11-13 minutes. Remove and allow to cool completely. Enjoy! For my recipes like this one, visit The Salty Cooker.