Apple Picking

Having four distinct seasons to the year is a whole new thing for me. Growing up in New Orleans we had a hot, humid summer and a few cold days here and there. My first Fall in the northeast has been amazing! Last week we took a short road trip to Honey Pot Hill Orchards and went apple picking. We picked Macouns, MacIntosh, Cortand, Empire and Red Delicious apples. We have already made cinnamon apple chips, apple cider sangrias and chunky apple sauce and still have tons of fruit left. Hope you enjoy these photos from the trip and that you are having a fabulous Fall. Oh – and I’ll be posting the cinnamon apple chip recipe next week!

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Click here to see Zander’s photos from Apple Picking.

 


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Comments

  1. I can’t wait to do this this Fall! I love Apple Picking!

  2. Ciera! Yay these turned out so awesome! Great blog!

  3. Your apples look so delicious and perfect! Pretty photos :)
    xo

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