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Look no further for an easy side dish that will leave kids wondering is it dinner or dessert time. A great way to sneak some vegetables in while getting kids to help out in the kitchen.

Ingredients:

Filling:

  • 1 small Butternut Squash

  • 2 apples

  • 1 tbsp flour

  • ...

Sunny with a chance of snow at the start of 2019. This apple turnover recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser for breakfast or dessert. Get kids cooking this winter and snacking on apples with this fun semi-homemade apple recipe. There are just a few simple ingredients th...

Cool and Breezy weather is perfect for covering your fresh picked apples in caramel. Learn how to make the perfect caramel apples right at home. We recommend using an apple that is a bit more tart and crisp like Cameo or Ida Red this time of year. Caramel apples are th...

A breezy day in the 70s feels like fall and the start of school. If only this humidity would take a hike. Break out the blender and whip up a tasty treat using your fresh picked apples and garden veggies. Don't let the green color fool you, if you close your eyes it wi...

The warm rainy weather continues to refill our ponds. Look no further for your next dinner idea. This apple pasta recipe is quick and easy to make. It’s a great way to use fresh herbs and veggies from your local farm market. Give this light and healthy dish packed full...

A beautiful breeze helps cool down the hot days we have been having. This warm weather is the perfect time of year for a cool meal.  Here is an easy lunch or dinner recipe that your family will call yummy. Aunt Rose's Apple Chicken Salad is great on a sandwich, in a wr...

It's a drizzly day in the 60's with smells of Spring, like those beautiful purple liliac bushes. We love apples at Hurds! Most of us eat an Apple a day. Here are just a few of the ways we like to eat them.

1. Dipped in NY made peanut butter from our Dutch Barn Market. T...

Updated 1/20/19

The snow will soon be covering our walkways and driveways on this 2nd day of spring. The wind is gusting at over 15 mph through our sleeping apple trees, which is making the 35°F seem like it is far below zero! The guys will be trading in their pruning s...

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