Your new favorite dessert: Banana pudding at PastureQ

Photo: Emily Sacco Photo: Emily Sacco

Hey, puddin’

The banana pudding at PastureQ masquerades as a crème brûlée, with rich banana custard under slices of sweet, perfectly burnt bananas. That’s what we call Southern comfort.

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