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- Sunday Switch Up
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- Sunday Recipe - Spiced Apple Bagel
- It's MOREL time!
- Cedi and Capri in the Apple Blossoms!
- NEW ADDITION - SHED
- Sunday Recipe - Spicy Apple Pancake with Cider Sau...
- Poynette Library – DECORATE A BIRDHOUSE FUNdraisin...
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- Sunday Recipe - Apple Nut Bread
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- Mac 'n' Tosh update
- Greenhouses and Vegetables
- Sunday Recipe - Cranberry Apple Bread
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Informative Blog Posts
Sauce-Sational: An Experiment in Applesacue
- Overall Summary
- Baker's Mix - August
- Baker's Mix - October
- Dandee Red
- Ginger Gold
- Golden Delicious
- Granny Smith
- NW Greening
- Snow Sweet
- Sweet 16
- Tolman Sweet
Pop up outdoor quilt show of my quilts with the apple blossoms!
Karmen Linder Photography took this fabulous picture of our orchard dog, Tank, relaxing under the blossoming apple trees.
Wow – I’ve been terrible at keeping you all posted on the orchard going-on’s this winter. So – here’s some pictures I snapped at the end of...
I think I’m going to keep posting these as long as it’s still blooming… Photo taken by Karmen Linder of Karmen Linder Photography. Kar...
My parents brought my Grandma down from DePere to see Cedi play soccer and to go for a walk in the beautiful orchard. I snapped this quic...
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- Bavarian Apple Torte
- Blueberry French Toast
- Blueberry-Raspberry Streusel Muffins
- Brandied Apple 'N Cream Cheese Pie
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- Coconut Apple Cake
- Cranberry Apple Bread
- Cranberry Apple Salad
- Creamy Apple Squares
- Crispy Festive Apple Salad
- Cucumber Tomatillo Salsa
- Dill Dip
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- Easy Waffles
- Egg-cellent Apple Salad
- French Apple Pie
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- Great Apple Dessert
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- Hot Cinnamon Cider
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- Kelly's Favorite Apple Pie
- Maple Roasted Acorn Squash
- Marinated Zucchini Salad
- Microwave Apple Muffins
- Pumpkin Cheese Ball
- Pumpkin Gingerbread
- Pumpkin Pie Cake
- Quick Apple Dumplings
- Scalloped Apples
- Sour Cream Apple Coffee Cake
- Spiced Apple Bagel
- Spicy Apple Pancake with Cider Sauce
- Strawberry Chocolate Mint Lemonade Cooler
- Tangy Ham in Cider
- Tomatillo Salsa Verde
- Warm Apple Pudding
- Wilted Swiss Chard with Fresh Basil
- Zucchini Bread
Where Can you Find Us?
I snapped a few pictures of the adventure’s that happened at the orchard last night. The night started out with moving a rather large rock from one spot by the red building to a garden by where the old house sat. It was a very big rock that took a large tractor, a chain, and the skidster…what fun…
During the rock moving adventure’s grandma and Capri planted some flowers… Grandpa and Capri look at a quote together… Cedi decides to join them :) Jared had the lucky job of saw-cutting a concrete slab.
He’s a little sore this morning.
From the WAGA cookbook:
Spiced Apple Bagel
Beverly Raatz, Wisconsin
3 T light cream cheese, softened
1 honey-wheat or plain bagel split
3 T chopped apples
3 tsp. raisins
1 tsp. brown sugar
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
1/8 tsp. nutmeg
Spread cream cheese on bagel. Top with apples and raisins. Combine brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg, sprinkle over top. Place on a baking sheet; broil 6-8 inches from the heat or 2-3 minutes or until hot and bubbly. 240 calories
Sounds super yummy to me! Nice way to spruce up that bagel of yours. Have a great Sunday!
The next day we went hunting for even more!
My mouth is watering now looking at these beautiful mushrooms!
Lots has been happening at the Kroncke Road Orchard this spring. We’re preparing to move the store over to our place in 2010 (don’t panic…more details to come later…). Before we finished the hoop house, the Amish came down and put up an addition to our shed. We will now have plenty of space to do everything we need to at our place….
Frank is in the skidster boring holes for the posts to go in.
Grandma and Grandpa were our inspectors.
Cedi had a picnic lunch with them on the first full day of construction!
It’s done though…we officially have one ‘motha’ of a shed… 40’ x 120’! (and a lean on the front!)
I chose this one for my friend Kiki who loves apple pancakes!
Spicy Apple Pancake with Cider Sauce
-Dick and Wendy Dart, Maiden Rock
2 cups Bisquick
3/4 cup McIntosh apples
1-1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1-1/3 cup milk
Mix all ingredients together. Measure 1/4 cup onto hot griddle.
1 cup sugar
2 T cornstarch
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
2 cups apple cider
2 T. lemon juice
1/4 cup butter or margarine
Mix first 4 ingredients. Stir in cider and lemon juice. Cook stirring constantly until mixture thickens and boils. Boil and stir 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir in butter.
The Friends of the Poynette Library enlisted local artists to help with this fabulous fundraising event.
Here were our instructions:
- Sign out a birdhouse (or build one yourself)
- Donate your time, materials and creativity on behalf of the Friends.
- Decorate the birdhouse with tiles, paints, stencils, pebbles, straw, etc.
- Return it to the library on or before May 14, 2009
I received a friendly ‘reminder’ on Monday night that my birdhouse was due back at the library no later than Thursday! I had completely forgotten about it so I was very happy for the call. I had shown up the library late and there were only a few small birdhouses left to decorate and I knew I wouldn’t have time to come up with my own (at least this year…I already have a few ideas if they do it again next year…) so I took a small one home.
Wednesday was ‘Grandma Day’ for the girls so I finally had some time to paint my birdhouse. I painted it with a fabulous mixture of dark blue and celery colored paint. I then used modge podge to attach this fabulous bird print from a piece of fabric onto the top of the houses’ roof…of course I added some glitter to my modge podge…it wouldn’t be my birdhouse without that! If you want to see more pictures of this birdhouse click HERE!
My mother-in-law, Diane, was a bit more ambitious and creative than I! She painted this fabulous apple gourd and made it into a birdhouse! I think it looks fantastic. If I were you would I would keep your eyes peeled this fall for some more of these at our Orchard store!
These birdhouses will be displayed and ON SALE on May 15th and 16th at the Friends of the Library Annual Plant and Book Sale.
This sale will be in the Presbyterian Church Basement at 224 N. Main St, Poynette, WI. Friday from 8-5 and Saturday from 8-2.
All the proceeds go to benefit the Poynette Area Public Library.
Thank you for supporting your Friends of the Library in this unique endeavor!