Posted in Louisiana Eat food November 22, 2022 by Jackie Ann
Here in Louisiana we tend to have our own versions of the seasons. Nobody likes hurricane season, but after we’ve made it, let’s enjoy gumbo season. Of course, gumbo season leads to crawfish season, which overlaps with king pie season, and then snoball season, which always overlaps with hurricane season. It’s the circle of life in Louisiana.
However, there is one time of year that tends to be overlooked…and that’s pecan season! Pecan season lasts from roughly mid-October through December, and that’s when we can treat ourselves to delicious pecans with our gumbo side. This pecan season, take a trip to Thib’s Pecan Cottage, a humble little country shop that’s home to all of the best pecan produce in Louisiana…including some of the best fudge you’ll ever taste.
Visit Thib’s Pecan Cottage’s website for a full menu and price list and don’t forget to follow them on Facebook too.
You’re not far from the Creole Nature Trail, a 180-mile all-American road that takes you to some of the most beautiful places in Southwest Louisiana. Pecans and fudge are great road trip snacks, so make a day of them!
Address: Thib’s Pecan Cottage, 12220 US-171, Longville, LA 70652, USA
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