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Homemade Apple Pie!

Our famous homemade, hand sliced Apple Pie is only $9.99. Order by phone - 586.469.2525 or just stop in and grab one! Great with vanilla ice cream!

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Recipe of the Week

Apricot Cherry Bake ~

Apricots and cherries will be showing up soon here at the Farmer's Market. Use them in this outstanding dessert!

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The Key to Great Ribs -

Great ribs are made by applying multiple layers of flavor. Use a rub or marinade to apply the base layer. Swab on a mop sauce to apply a second layer of flavor and keep the ribs moist during cooking. Apply the barbecue sauce at the end as a laquer or glaze. (For even more flavor, sear it onto the meat directly over a hot fire.) And of course, the wood smoke provides the most important flavor of all.


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Baked Beans - A Summer Staple!

Baked beans are a simple, homey dish that's surprisingly complex. I love to serve them on a barbecue platter because their sweet and savory, porky flavor, almost toasty with molasses, complements spicy, smokey meat.

Boston Baked Beans

Boston baked beans can be traced to Native Americans, who would dig a hole, burn wood down to coals, bury a cast-iron pot filled with beans, water, fat, and maple syrup, and let everything cook overnight. This practice became a favorite in lumber camps, and then at family gatherings and church suppers. Over time, people began cooking their beans in ovens instead of holes and incorporating regionally popular ingredients, such as salt pork and molasses.

These saucey Boston Baked Beans will become a year-round favorite. They're a great foil for smokey barbecue, and they're comforting in colder weather.

"There is no sincerer love than the love of food."
~ George Bernard Shaw

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Happy Fourth of July!!!

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain.

There is no doubt about it - spicy is hot in America right now. From exotic Thailand to neighboring Mexico, we crave the fiery flavors of these influential cuisines. Celebrate the Fourth of July with the snap of a Sousa march, fireworks and food that taste as hot as those in the sky! We thank the cuisines of the world for their inspiration and rejoice in the new spirit of American food.

BBQ Shrimp

During a visit to Savannah, Bobby Flay ate as much Gulf shrimp and barbecue as humanly possible, then came back to New York and created this recipe for Peel-and-Eat Shrimp with Barbecue Spices. This will become a summer favorite for sure!

"To seed or not to seed... that is the burning question. I almost always seed chiles. The range of heat in the seeds is inconsistent, and there's the rub, for in those seeds what screams may come?" - Norman Van Aken