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Our Humble Beginning

Once upon a time there was a small town  library called Allens Hill Library.
The library was home to an age old secret  that no one  knew about; The Pioneer Cookery.
Pioneer Cookery

In the cookbook there were wondrous receipts (that's what recipes were called in the old days) that frontier cooks considered cooking staples.

   One day John visited the library. He found this super cool receipt for apple cider molasses.

  He took the receipt home, got some apple cider, and boiled, and boiled, and boiled till the kitchen wallpaper came  off. He  boiled some more and got this fantastic smokey, tart tasting molasses consistency. And that was the start of apple cider  molasses. 

Apple Cider Molasses

News and blog

Aunt Mildred's Camp Cookies

Posted by Carolyn Loveland :: Friday, October 10 :: 7:41pm

For a wonderfully soft chewy gingersnap cookie these are amazing!

Aunt Mildred's Camp Cookies

When Aunt Mildred would call my mom and ask us to come up to her camp to go swimming, I was more excited about these cookies than the lake!



2 eggs 
1 teaspoon salt
1-1/2 cups butter
2 teaspoons cinnamon
4 cups all-purpose flour
4 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon ginger powder
2 cups sugar plus extra for rolling
1/2 cup Allens Hill Farm Apple Cider Molasses
Preheat the oven to 375°F. In a bowl combine flour, salt, spices and soda. Set aside. Using an electric mixer beat together butter and sugar. When well combined, add molasses and beat well. Add egg and beat to combine. Stir in flour mixture and mix until well combined. Roll dough into balls approximately 3/4" in diameter. Put some sugar in a shallow bowl or plate and roll balls until coated. Place balls on greased cookie sheets. Bake 8-10 minutes rotating the trays after 5 minutes. Cookies will be cracked on top and slightly puffy; don’t over-bake (or you’ll get gingersnaps). Transfer to wire rack and let cool. Makes 6 dozen.


Getting ready for the holidays!

Posted by Carolyn Loveland :: Friday, September 26 :: 3:15pm

Want a great gift for the culinary afficiando on your list? Or a really awesome hostess gift for that "party" that you just can't wait to attend? Coming soon our Dukkah Variety Packs. Available in 2 or 3 packs. Equally awesome for a New Year's party or just want to have a quiet night with appetizers and a nice bottle of red wine.



Look for it next week on our website. 3 pack is $29.99 plus shipping. 2 pack is $19.99 plus shipping. If you would like to send it as a gift please let us know and we'll put it in a gift box for you at no charge! Thanks for thinking of us!

Our Rabbits make the Democrat and Chronicle

Posted by Carolyn Loveland :: Thursday, August 28 :: 8:35pm

We are super excited! Our rabbits were featured in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

Thank you Karen Miltner for an awesome article! Click here for the full story.


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