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We've been coming to Apple Hill for at least 30 years. Unfortunately, the problem with nostalgia is "...never dwell on the past, no matter how good it might have been--it's a dangerous, juvenile pursuit that can mire you in bitterness and blind you to the...More
We drove through Apple Hill the other day and stopped at Abel’s Orchards. There were at least 10 vendors, a restaurant stand, and apples for sale. We bought some interesting ceramic vegetables from a very nice lady.
This is a fun place for kids and parents alike, because if the kids are having fun, then the parents are also. The kids especially enjoyed running around the maze; it is designed specially for kids as the walls are only about four feet high....More
Another location to visit on the Apple Hill journey. This place offers a variety of apple/produce products, including treats from the bakery, cider, and most importantly the apples! Highly recommend going during the weekday instead of the weekend as it gets very busy and crowded...More
Like many places in Apple Hill, this is a neat retreat to the Foothills in the Fall, With the leaves turning, the smell of pine in the air, apple pie, pumpkins, treats, kiddie rides, candy apples, picnics and good wine tasting.
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This was one of the worst pies I have ever had the misfortune to eat. The crust is tough and has no flavor. The apples are rubbery with very little flavor, it is very dry. And yes I baked it exactly the way the directions...More
We were coming from Tahoe on the way back to San Francisco. We passed through Abel's orchards to see what they had. We ordered an Apple crumbler (Dutch) and Apple Rhubarb pie. Damn! This was perfect apple pie. Not too sweet, not too tart, and...More
A food stand that sells pies, turnovers, caramel apples and fresh hot fritters made from locally grown apples. It was raining and freezing cold, so we didn't stay long... But we did buy some candy, apples and fritters. It would be a much more pleasant...More