Sweet as a {local} peach

Summer peach season is officially here and we’re feeling pretty giddy over the occasion! Because in our humble opinion, there’s  just no fruit as sweet and downright succulent as the California peach. Offering nostalgic snacking and both beautiful and delicious recipe crafting, our local peaches (and nectarines too!) are pretty much the bee’s knees when it comes to the best summer indulging. Learn more about why our peaches rank sweet-preme and score some amazing recipes below too.

A Peach Dessert Recipe Contest

Think you’ve got an award-winning peach dessert recipe? Then enter our #BFGetPeachy recipe by August 4th for a chance to win a $500 Bristol Farms gift card! Enter using the form below or on Instagram! Contest details and form are below..

The Sweetest Peach You'll Taste
Pie Making Essentials
Cool Down With Peach Pops {recipe}
Peach + Plum Galette {recipe}


Enter your Peach Recipe here for a chance
to win a $500 gift card

1. Recipe and recipe photos must be your own! Gathering inspiration is fine, but no copycat recipes, please.
2. Recipe submission must include full ingredient list with directions and at least one photo of the completed dessert.
3. Entries will be judged and ranked with 3 categories: recipe uniqueness, plating/presentation, and photography*
4. Recipe contestants must reside in Los Angeles Country, San Diego County, Orange County, or Riverside County.
5. Recipe must be submitted by 11:59pm on August 4th. 3 winners will be chosen. Grand Prize is a $500 Bristol Farms gift card and two-runner up prizes of $100 Bristol Farms gift cards.
6. Submit your recipe and photo using the form below or on Instagram by using the hashtag #BFGetPeachy. Please include your recipe in the post caption or as a comment.

*In terms of photography, we suggest taking pictures of your dish during daylight hours, if possible – with natural filtered light. Think your kitchen table with sun coming in through a nearby window. Make sure not to get too close to your dish – we recommend about 1 foot of space between the recipe and your camera, if using your phone’s camera. Try to remove any distracting clutter from the frame too. Do not hesitate to brighten the photo if need be.