Sunday, December 25, 2005

Honeycrisp Christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS... From everyone at from our family to yours the best of wishes this Holiday Season. Add a little Honeycrisp to the stuffing for a crisp Turkey. So what does the Honeycrisp Cruncher do Christmas Morning? Well watch the birds at the bird feeder over a cup of coffee. Then wait for our daughter and her husband to arrive and open gifts of course. We do know that a bunch of people all across the U.S. are enjoying Explosively Crisp Honeycrisp this Holiday. Friends and Family were very nice to a lot of people sending them Honeycrisp for the Holiday. Thank you for all the kind words from those people that have called us and emailed us about how they enjoyed their Honeycrisp and other apples. Feel free to go to the website and leave a message in our Guest Book. Again have a SAFE wonderful Holiday. No matter your faith take a moment to say a prayer for our Military people around the world and in harms way. Take another minute and say one for their family too.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Apples. Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Cortland, Macoun and the all new CandyCrisp Apples

Honeycrisp apple gift boxes would be the word of the day. Tis the season to be jolly and order Honeycrisp apples. It is amazing how many people send apples for the Holidays. I would agree they make the perfect gift. Our Chocolate cover Honeycrisp apples have been a great success with our customers. When ordering apple gift boxes from any company always know what your buying. Apples ship best in a foam insert apple box. This way in the apple gift box each apple has its very own hole in the foam to be placed in. This reduces any chance of bruising in shipment.

The new apples to watch for in the future will be our all new CandyCrisp and a new apple from Minnesota called Snow Sweet.

Back to the Holiday spirit of ordering apple gift boxes. Don't worry for those fans of things like Northern Spy apples they are still popular too. My Mother-In-Law is famous for this when I say Ma try a new apple she is like those are good but where are my McIntosh apples. Of course the people from New England love Macoun apple which is one of the parents of Honeycrisp. Second from the Northeast would have to be Cortland apples to bake the pie with. While it does amaze me its ok to order an apple gift box and have it shipped to California to make the pies like you had when a child.

Well we are shipping our apple gift boxes out as fast as Santas helpers can fill them and if they leave by Friday no problem UPS ground even for the West Coast people.

Hope all is well out there in apple land and while I will probably post again I am proud to say MERRY CHRISTMAS or HAPPY HOLIDAYS.

Yours Truly
A Fan of Santa and
The Chief Honeycrisp Cruncher

As always "Save a Farm eat an Apple"