We have pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. In soups, stews, breads or pies, the pumpkin is a versatile fruit. Pumpkins are wonderful
steamed, mashed and seasoned. They are fabulous for lovely baked desserts. The most popular way to use a pumpkin is to carve it into a spooky Jack ‘o Lantern. A pumpkin is the epitome of autumn in New England.
There’s nothing like the taste of a fresh, crisp apple.
In store today, we have three delicious varieties, all perfect for cooking or eating out of hand. Try a Ginger Gold, with a mild flavor and a bit of tart. A Cortland with its sweet flavor, is a superb dessert apple. The ever popular McIntosh, is suitable for both cooking and eating out of hand. A Mac is both sweet and tart and great for juicing.
When it comes to cider, C.N. Smith makes the absolute best!
One of my favorite ways to enjoy cider is hot mulled cider a popular autumn and winter beverage. Warm the cider to just below boiling, then add cinnamon, orange peel, nutmeg, cloves, or any spices you enjoy. We have half gallons and gallons available, stop in and check ’em out!