Among all of the stress of work loads, school starting, and the season changing, take a little time out of your week to have some fun. Celebrate the upcoming season by enjoying a few things that you can only do in the fall.
Get apple cider donuts from Northbrook Marketplace
Pumpkin picking at Ramsey’s Farm
Try Starbucks’ new and improved Pumpkin Spice Latte
Pick and paint your own pumpkins at Penns Woods Winery
Attend a Fall Festival at Milburn Orchards
Explore new DIY pumpkin recipes
Make your own apple cider mimosas
Build a scarecrow
With blue skies on a sunny day, there is nothing better than lounging outside and enjoying an amazing meal. To make it perfect you need fresh food and gourmet ingredients, which you find the best of both at Janssen’s Market.
Get into the spirit of things this Saturday night, as Janssen’s Market sponsors it’s 3rd annual picnic contest at the Delaware Shakespeare Festival. One lucky winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to our favorite market! From delicious delicatessen meats and cheeses, to European style bread, you will find everything you need to fill up your basket.
Plus, locally grown fruits and vegetables are delivered daily and you can’t beat the freshness in taste.
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There is nothing more refreshing than a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot, summer day! The addition of a few ingredients can elevate your favorite childhood drink into an elegant cocktail. We are loving this recipe from Dig This Design :
A couple sprigs of mint
4 oz cold sparkling wine or lemon flavored sparkling mineral water
2 oz Limoncello liqueur, cold (I keep mine in the freezer; it doesn’t freeze because of the alcohol content)
Put your glasses in the freezer if possible, or at least the fridge so that they are cold.
Put the raspberries on a plate; separated from each other and place in the freezer at least 15 minutes before serving time.
Gently ‘smush’ a couple of small mint leaves and add to each glass along with 5-6 of the frozen raspberry ice cubes.
Add limoncello, then the sparkling wine or water.
Cheers to the weekend!
Why? Because, of course, our Valentine cocktail MUST include chocolate!
Yummy recipe from Garnish With Lemon blog:
- 1½ ounces Godiva chocolate liqueur
- 1½ Creme de Cocoa
- ½ ounces vanilla vodka
- 2½ ounces milk
- Hershey’s Syrup for glass
- Fill a martini shaker half full with ice and add the Godiva Liqueuer, Creme de Cocoa, vanilla vodka and milk. Shake vigorously to mix up. Swirl the inside of the martini glass with the Hershey’s syrup and then strain the chocolate martini into the glass. Serve immediately.