Now you KNOW we’ve had this day circled on our calendar for quite a while. Whether you know it or not, May 13th is National Apple Pie Day! We at Autumn Harvest Orchard, LLC grow some of the tastiest apples in New England (even if we’re a little biased ourselves).
NATIONAL APPLE PIE DAY National Apple Pie Day, “America’s favorite dessert” , is celebrated annually on May 13th. The first apple pie recipe printed was in England in 1381.
Source: NATIONAL APPLE PIE DAY – May 13
Do you have a favorite Apple Pie Recipe?
Here’s a few of our favorite Organic Apple Pie Recipes, enjoy!
Know what we love about Spring and Summer? Fresh fruits and veggies! Especially when we spend so much time planting and caring for these beauties. Well, whether you have a farm like us, a small garden at home, access to a local farmer’s market, or a supermarket nearby, this quick and easy recipe is sure to delight!
And yes, its light AND nutritional. Continue reading Fresh Fruit Salad with Honey Vanilla Yogurt Recipe in Under TEN Minutes
Do you enjoy eating fresh? No, we’re not talking about that sandwich chain. We’re talking about fresh off the farm fruits and veggies. Well, we at Autumn Harvest Orchard, LLC love eating fresh and providing organic and healthy produce to our community. Check out this FoodNetwork.com recipe for Honey Glazed Carrot and Parsnip.
Get the recipe for Honey Glazed Carrot and Parsnip via @FoodNetwork:
Source: Honey Glazed Carrot and Parsnip : Jamie Deen : Food Network
Looking for some organic and farm fresh Connecticut honey? Check out our honey here.
Courtesy of WoodyThings.com.
Why would you want to make Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar is an all-natural product reputed to have numerous healthy benefits. Some examples are boosting immune systems and increasing stamina. This inexpensive recipe takes approximately 7 months to make. Check out the step-by-step instructions below. Continue reading How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar: 13 Steps
Looking for a healthy and tasty salad? Check THIS out!
A dazzling coleslaw salad for your winter festive table. Red cabbage is mixed with apples, carrots, pecans and onions which is then dressed with a tangy mustard and nut vinaigrette – fabulous! Plus, the colours as well as the taste, is amazing! This goes so well with cold cuts, pies, tarts, quiches, buffets as well as being a wonderful supper or light lunch accompaniment.
Source: Dazzling Winter Slaw – Red Cabbage, Apple And Pecan Salad Recipe – Food.com