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FAVORITES

 

OMG, Yum! (‘nuf said!)

We’ve got a bunch of things you can’t find anywhere else… it’s all part of our devious plan to make you a Soons “lifer” – (insert evil laugh here)! Seriously though, we aim to bring you delicious goodies to complement all the apples and produce… so in no particular order, here are some favorites you’ll find in our farm market store.


Fresh-Ground Nut Butters: Plain Peanut Butter, Salted Peanut Butter, Organic Plain Peanut Butter, Honey Roasted Peanut Butter, Chocolate | Cappuccino | Butterscotch peanut butters, Almond Butter and Cashew Butter. Phew! that’s a lot of nut butters! All fresh-ground, several times a week, year-round


Homemade Apple Sauce: Year-round, using our apples and cider, of course. No preservatives, sugar, or any funny stuff added. We also make cranberry-apple sauce – delicious w/ a hint of tart!


Homemade Kettle Corn – and we make other versions in addition to our “Sweet Pop” – try them all!


“Magic cheese" cheese spreads by Worldling's Pleasure in upstate NY… find it on the sample table – we dare you not to eat the whole container in one sitting!


"Soons" Tortilla Chips and Terrapin Pita Chips: the perfect vehicle for magic cheese, our homemade hummus and (in season) corn salad and salsa, and many other goodies you’ll find here….


Apple chips made with Soons apples, no sugar added. You won’t believe how good & sweet  these are!!
Homemade fudge: try something new like Tiramisu, Cherry Cordial or Salted Caramel Toffee… or just stick with chocolate (milk, regular or dark!) – truly the standard fudge favorite

Suzy Q cookies & dog treats: So pretty you can give as a gift… but you’ll have to resist eating on the way to your giftee!

Candy and caramel apples: we make a LOT of these in season… when it’s not too hot and the apples are oh-so-good for dipping… so that’s mid-Sept to end of October usually… too good to miss, so plan ahead! Need a bunch for a special event? Give us a holler, we can usually do that!

Homemade pickles: Ross makes these in August/early September when the kirby cukes are plentiful – check the milk cooler to see if we have ‘em!