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Caramel apple

Apples picked from trees only yards away. Carefully placed in wooden buckets and brought into the farm. One by one they are washed and dried. Then the farmer, wearing jean overalls and a straw hat takes a wooden spike and sticks it into the bottom of the apple. He then dips the glowing red apple into a near boiling pot of homemade caramel sauce. It’s turned multiple times to make sure the caramel dries evenly and smooth. Small children wait patiently.
In a mere 20 minutes, you too can be out of the city and enjoying one fall’s greatest pleasures: the caramel apple. Kruger’s farm knows just how to make these, with giant apples and soft, creamy caramel. These aren’t the caramel apples mom used to buy at Halloween that just about ripped your baby teeth out. I would say skip the creepy corn maze and come to Kruger’s to enjoy a nice fall afternoonCaramel apple


19 Novembre 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

3 comentaris »

  1. Making caramel is so much fun too. I had a ball making these homemade caramel apples by Martha Stewart. Perfect for Halloween!

    Comentari per Michael Beyer | 12 Octubre 2010 | Resposta

  2. if you could boot must hurt quite poor thing which draws them xD

    Comentari per pepelujo | 30 Novembre 2009 | Resposta

  3. Name of the restaurant: Corn Maze.
    Name of the plat: Caramel apple.
    Caramel apple: $3.00.
    Date: Sunday-Thursday.
    Sorry a diden’t read the other post.

    Comentari per andrea199762 | 19 Novembre 2009 | Resposta

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