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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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Individual Dark Chocolate Pudding Cakes -

If you're cooking a wonderful dinner for your significant other... this is a great dessert to pair with the Pork Au Poivre.

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Bean Cookin' 101 -

Soak: Soaking beans before cooking helps to remove some of those indigestible sugars that cause flatulence. There are two simple ways to get the job done:

Regular soak: Put beans into a large bowl and cover with 2 to 3 inches of cool, clean water. Set aside at room temperature for 8 hours or overnight; drain well.

Quick soak: Put beans into a large pot and cover with 2 to 3 inches of cool, clean water. Bring to a boil then boil briskly for 2 to 3 minutes. Cover and set aside off of the heat for 1 hour; drain well.


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Dipping into Fondue!

This warm cheese dish originated in Switzerland and more specifically in the Canton of Neuchatel. The dish consists of at least two varieties of cheeses that are melted with wine and a bit of flour and served communally out of a pot. Long forks are used by each guest to spear a cube of bread then the bread is dipped into the cheese and eaten. Fondue dates back to the 18th century when both cheese and wine were important industries in Switzerland. The simple to prepare meal utilized ingredients that were found in most average homes.

Cheese Fondue

Spearing ingredients with long forks and dunking them into a shared pot is a surefire plan for a fun winter gathering. Nothing could be easier for the host or hostess. The prep involved is mainly in the shopping. Guests "cook" at the table at their own leisurely pace. Cheese fondue is the classic. Try Tyler Florence's recipe for Cheese Fondue.

Don't just stop at bread cubes for dipping, try cubes of apple and pear, cooked sausages, cubes of cooked ham, roasted potatoes, cherry tomatoes and lightly steamed vegetables are all good options.

"One of my favorite things to cook is fondue. I'm Swiss. It's a great social meal."
~ Ryan Seacrest

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(Coffee) Table for Two!

Every couple knows that routine is the enemy of romance. One easy way to ignite sparks: Relocate your repast from the day-in, day-out dinner table to the far snugglier sofa. Introduce mementos of adventures past - shells from your vacation, or that Champagne you drank on your honeymoon night. One thing that never gets old? Candlelight, of course.

Pork Au Poivre

Take the time to slow down and enjoy a quiet evening at home with a five-star meal. Inspired by classic French cuisine, this Pork au Poivre has a generous coating of cracked black peppercorns that's seared to create a crisp, flavorful crust. Serve with Classic Potato Gratin and a green vegetable and you've got an easy and delicious meal that will delight your significant other. For dessert... buy something decadent from the pastry shop.

"Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze."
~ Carolyn Gold Heilbrun