Browsing All posts tagged under »National Cherry Month«

Powered by Pie

February 19, 2010


Earlier this week Betsy King issued an invitation to all her friends and neighbors to come by the farm market for a complimentary piece of pie.  Then Patty Hill repeated the invitation on the Orchard Talk blog.  I figured the place would be mobbed, but it would be worth it.  I have had Rose’s pie.  […]

And now a word about . . . Cherries! Also pizza, a tiny chapel, and a red red barn.

February 13, 2009


I’ve lollygagged around far too long, and this week’s posts are lamentably short on new material. I can tell you’re bored. You’re back to looking at the milk hauler in the ditch and writing me comments about muskies. Our two days of spring turned back to winter. Daugherty’s castle collapsed. What to do? National Cherry […]

Just a little something for National Cherry Month

February 6, 2008


Betsy King at King Orchards is offering visitors free samples of dried cherries.  Such a deal!  Besides, you really should take a look at the Kings’ website.  There’s more stuff there about cherries than you can possibly imagine.  Kids from cherry-deprived places like Iowa and Delaware probably swipe whole pages for their term papers.  If you’re reading […]