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June 9, 2011
From journal I don’t care how cheesy it is-we love it there!
August 14, 2003
In the General Store you will find many things having to do with apples including potpourri, crafts, cookbooks, magnets, ornaments, key chains, aprons, earrings and many other things. There is an entire section for apple ciders and juices. You can actually watch the apples being pressed in the Cider Room. You can taste the cider, hot or cold, at the Cider Bar and also get an apple pie, apple doughnut or apple dumpling for a snack.
There is a large selection of fruit jellies and butters. Their famous apple butter is available in half pint jars and pint jars. Other fruit butters are apricot, peach, pear, sweet potato and my favorite, pumpkin. A half pint jar sells for $3.98. Also available are smoked hams, cured the country way, smoked in applewood and hickory, and salt cured bacon prepared in their smokehouse. I buy the Applewood Bacon at Whole Foods in Chicago. You can also get jams and jellies, barbeque sauces, apple chips, dried apples, fruit syrups, apple pancake and bread mixes, relishes and salad dressings.
Upstairs in the Apple Barn you will find many non-food items such as home decorations, mountain crafts, collectables and baskets.
Also on the complex is the Creamery which is an ice cream palor where you can get homemade ice creams, featuring apple specialties. The Candy Factory produces original candies including old-time favorites, such as taffy, made on classic machines that you can watch through the window while visiting the shop. The Apple Barn Winery specializes in apple and fruit wines. The Christmas and Candle shop has many novelty items.
You can order online at www.AppleBarnCiderMill.com.
From journal Pigeon Forge: Hillbilly Vegas