Real door or gingerbread door? Definitely gingerbread. 🙂
Over the weekend, we took a short drive to Applecrest Orchard and Farm Market in Hampton Falls, NH. It is a wonderful place to visit, and this time of year it is gorgeous including beautiful wreaths and boxwood trees for sale.
The Market has fresh produce, bakery, cheese and meat sections and wonderful home-made cider. You can also enjoy a meal in their Farm Bistro.
We bought some bakery goods and some cheese, but I spent most of my time checking out this great gingerbread house. Over the years, I’ve made my share of gingerbread houses so I can certainly appreciate the hours and talent required to produce one of this size. Amazing. 🙂
Is the making of a gingerbread house part of your holiday plans?
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, December 17, 2015.
About Applecrest Farms:
“Nearly a century ago, an “Apple Train” ran its weekly route from the heart of Boston to the rolling orchards of Applecrest Farm. People mostly drive here now, but the farm remains as New Hampshire’s oldest and largest apple orchard. It’s the oldest continuously-operated in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.
Visit Applecrest today and discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, sweet corn, pumpkins and an array of summer vegetables. Beneath the timbers of a 200 year-old barn, find jugs of our all-natural apple cider, made-from-scratch confectioneries (including our famous hot cider donuts) and an array of other locally produced farm goods.
History sure tastes good.”