Louisiana Cookin'

Just Peachy

ONE OF THE BEST summertime experiences is biting into a perfectly ripe, juicy peach. It’s the height of peach season in Louisiana, when our local farmers’ markets and grocery stores are brimming with these gems of summer. After savoring our first peach of the season, we’ll be looking forward to incorporating them into a variety of sweet and savory recipes, including a creamy slab pie, gooey cobbler bars, and a grilled salad with a zippy Basil Dressing.



This recipe transforms one of our favorite desserts into portable treats.

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