April 13 is Peach Cobbler day. This holiday was created by the Georgia Peach Council in the 1950’s to sell canned peaches. The first peaches were planted in the state in the 18th century, and the first commercial production occurred in the mid-19th century. Georgia ranks third in the nation in the annual production of peaches, […]
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The combination of caramel and corn dates back at least as far as the 1890s when the sweet flavored treat was introduced at the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893. Enjoy this easy recipe. You can personalize it with nuts and candy. Try tossing it with chocolate candy coatings. This is so easy and tastes so good. Your family […]
This easy to prepare mousse recipe is as yummy to eat as it is a show stopper!
One of the state’s most beautiful sites.
Don’t miss these views this fall!
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This recipe really doesn’t have measurements. As my mom says, “I just make it.” Use your favorite apple. We like Granny Smith but many varieties work. The trick is in the water: don’t add too much or you will have apple soup instead of homemade applesauce!
You know good recipes come from church covered dish suppers. This recipe was shared by my friend Kemie. Kemie is a great cook and has happily shared many recipes. This is a great switch from the classic apple pie recipe, Old World Apple Pie is a crowd pleaser again and again!
A fresh look into a classic recipe, this Apple Salad is unique with it’s blue cheese crumbles and Granny Smith Apples. Fall is right around the corner! Save this for your fall festivities.
Hayward and Ellen Reece started growing apples in 1946 after he returned from WWII. He bought a small 15 acre existing orchard and together they expanded year by year and sold most the apples wholesale from a shed behind their house. Ellen is still living and her family has continued to grow and operate the family orchard. They have shared their family recipe for apple cake with us.