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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

Rigatoni with Pumpkin & Bacon -

The weather is turning colder and the pumpkins are beginning to show up in the markets. Try this hearty pasta dish that will chase the autumn chill away.

Cooking Tip

Cooking Tips for Winter Squash -

When baking, add butter and brown sugar to the cavity for a sweeter taste.

To remove fiber from fibrous squash, whip cooked squash with an electric mixer. The fibers will be caught up in the mixer blades.

The skin on the squash will be easier to remove after the squash is cooked.


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An Apple a Day!

Why stop at just one? From the orchard or the grocery store, apples can sweeten any meal. Apples are wonderfully versatile. Of course, they're perfect for pies and other treats, but their clear, sharp sweetness also make them an excellent companion to rich meats like pork. The combination has been treasured for thousands of years: Apicius, the only surviving cookbook from the Roman Empire, includes a recipe for diced pork with apples.

Caramel Apple Pork Chops

Come October, the days are bright and clear, the nights cool and crisp, and apple orchards around the country are at their peak. The big apple states - Washington, New York andMichigan - are filled with fields of scrubby dark-green trees, their branches heavy with deep-red 'Winesap,' pale-yellow 'Golden Delicious,' and bright-green 'Granny Smith' apples.

Warm, spicy, and sweet, this wonderful autumn recipe for Caramel Apple Pork Chops is a guaranteed favorite for kids, and is great with smashed potatoes and buttered green beans!

"Anyone can count the seeds in an apple, but only God can count the number of apples in a seed."
~ Robert H. Schuller

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One Pot Wonder - Coq au Vin!

It may seem counterintuitive, but sometimes the less effort you invest in something, the better it is. In those instances, all it really takes to achieve true potential - in cooking, as well as in life - is time. Found in every culinary tradition, one-pot recipes gently draw out the fullness of ingredients, coaxing them to mingle and meld while simmering unattended. They require little expertise, eliminate cooktop juggling, and keep cleanup to a minimum. And they do all that without compromising flavor, leaving plenty of time to tend to life's other challenges.

Coq au Vin

Always a classic, the wine in Coq au Vin "Chicken in Wine", mellows into a luxuriously rich, velvety sauce, punctuated by smoky bacon and earthy mushrooms, that envelopes each piece of tender chicken. This time-honored French classic of chicken simmered in wine gets its due here. Although traditionally made with red wine we've opted to use white.

"In France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport."
~ Julia Child