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A Jug of Cider, a Loaf of Bread–and Thou

For us, there is nothing as seasonally evocative — not eggnog, not strawberry shortcake, not ripe fresh-from-the-tree peaches — as cold, crisp, and fragrant fresh-pressed apple cider. The cider presses have been operating for weeks now but the apples that make up the autumn elixir are always changing, depending on what the trees are offering. Right now, cider is at its best. As Cider Hill Farm of Amesbury, Massachusetts says, “October and November ciders pick up the fruitiest, deepest, and most complex flavors.” Continue reading

LAF in the A.M. March 5th, 2015

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HAPPY NATIONAL CHEESE DOODLE DAY!

Fradiani Frenzy at Bishop’s Orchards in CT

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Chope’s of NM Added to State Register of Cultural Properties

The Best Sandwich in the World Is in Chicago

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