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  • How to Toast Pecans

      We toast tens of thousands of pecans every year in Mary's Kitchen.  Toasted pecans are used in many of our Signature Flavors, Cakes and Pies.  We know that toasting enhances the pecan flavor, gives pecans a crunchy texture and when you're adding a coating to the pecans, the coating will stick ...
  • Allergy Test Kits

    Food allergies are a scary reality for many in our society.  According to the CDC, over 50 million Americans suffer from them, with nut allergies being the most common.  Nut Allergies are also among the most common food allergies related to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening reaction tha...
  • Pearson Farm Walks the Red Carpet

    Last week, Pearson Farm attended the Taste of Southern event a few miles south of the farm, in Perry.  We were privileged to be in the company of many great restaurants and caterers, along with 800 of our closest friends.  We served our Buttermilk Pecan Pie and just as expected, the response was...
  • Pearson Farm goes to the FAIR

    Last week, the Georgia National Fair was in town and Pearson Farm was proudly represented!  From selling our fares in the Georgia Grown store, sponsoring and judging recipe contests to  sharing our delicious goodies with Fair goers, Pearson Farm was all over the fairgrounds.  For the very first t...
  • Nutty Fingers

      When I was in the second grade 72 years ago at the Zenith School, there was an accident that occurred during recess.  The old school house had indoor bathrooms but the access to them was outside.  On this particular day, a boy in my class went to the bathroom and upon leaving, slammed his finge...
  • Moving Day

    I'm not sure what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but it is definitely starting to feel like spring out on the Farm. The peaches are beginning to bloom in preparation for the new season. We'll tell you more about that in the coming weeks, but today I wanted to share a story about a...
  • The Cleaning Plant

    Since we had such a huge response from Mr. Al's videos last week, we thought we would share a few more pictures of the pecan harvesting process here at Pearson Farm.  Once the wagons are filled with pecans from the harvesters, they are pulled by tractor over a pit where the nuts, sticks, dirt, an...
  • Pecan Season is HERE!!

    Pecan season has officially arrived at Pearson Farm. The ground is quaking from the vibrations of the pecan shakers, and the orchards are full of dust created by the sweepers, as they sweep the pecans into rows for the harvesters to pick up. Once the harvester's hopper is full, the nuts will be d...
  • I Spy with My Little Eye...

    When my children were younger, one of our favorite games was, “I Spy…….” We would sit all snuggled up in a chair on rainy afternoons and on more road trips than I could begin to count. We would take turns spying, giving hints, and guessing. We've used car windows while sitting in traffic, our fav...
  • Rewarding Times at Pearson Farm

    With April being National Pecan Month, there is quite a bit to celebrate at Pearson Farm.In February, the Flavor of Georgia contest recognized Pearson Farm's cinnamon roasted pecans in the Snack Foods category in February, judging the product on flavor, texture, and ingredient profile.Then in Mar...
  • It's Time For October Feast

    It's that time of year again. Yes, it's pecan season.  Pecans are one of the most versatile “stand alone” and healthy foods you can find.  Pecans are so versatile in fact, they can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert or all by themselves. But here is some even better news, pecans have ...
  • Fun Facts about Pecans

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