Archive for October, 2018

31 October 2018 by megan@spoon

Trick or treat, we’ve got something good to eat! Did you know you can dunk whole apples in our Salted Maple Caramel for a traditional Halloween treat? Or keep it super simple and just scoop some caramel out the jar with a slice of apple. No double dipping!

Trick or treat, we’ve got something good to eat! Did you know you can dunk whole apples in our Salted Maple Caramel for a traditional Halloween treat? Or keep it super simple and just scoop some caramel out the jar with a slice of apple. No double dipping!

30 October 2018 by megan@spoon

Best thing about fall? Go!

Best thing about fall? Go!

27 October 2018 by megan@spoon

Fall baking alert! Grab a jar of our Maple Pumpkin Caramel and whip up a warm batch of pumpkin buns for the weekend. Recipe link in bio.

Fall baking alert! Grab a jar of our Maple Pumpkin Caramel and whip up a warm batch of pumpkin buns for the weekend. Recipe link in bio.

26 October 2018 by megan@spoon

Hey fall, those colors look really good on you.

Hey fall, those colors look really good on you.

24 October 2018 by megan@spoon

Quince Conserve is one of our fall favorites! Quinces are hard, lumpy, bright yellow fruits in the same family as apples and pears. They’re way too tart for fresh eating, but they’re delightfully fragrant and floral once cooked. Gene Garthe grows them just for us in his Northport, Michigan orchard and we cook them down with local late harvest Riesling until they’re thick and spreadable and perfect for your morning toast or your evening cheese plate. Get yourself a jar at the link in our bio.

Quince Conserve is one of our fall favorites! Quinces are hard, lumpy, bright yellow fruits in the same family as apples and pears. They’re way too tart for fresh eating, but they’re delightfully fragrant and floral once cooked. Gene Garthe grows them just for us in his Northport, Michigan orchard and we cook them down with local late harvest Riesling until they’re thick and spreadable and perfect for your morning toast or your evening cheese plate. Get yourself a jar at the link in our bio.