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There are several roadside markets on the peninsula selling a mix of local fresh fruits and veggies, fresh baked items, homemade jams, jellies, sauces and dressings, home decorations and yard art. In my view Wood Orchard is the best of these. There are always samples...More
Neat country market. Great place to pick up gourmet foods, cheese, sausage, canned goods, delicious Cinammon Doughnuts, other bakery & gifts. Apples-Honey Crisp & Sweet Tango. A nice roadside stop on the way to Fish Creek. Several tasting stations. Don't pass it by.
These apples are soooo gooood! Very nice building with lots of local items. Pies, cookies, fudge, gifts, etc. The Carmel Apple cookies are GREAT! Favorite by far! The Apple cider cinnamon donuts were good too. Did I mention the Sweet Tangelo apples?!?!?
My husband and I have been to The Wood Orchard many times and will continue to go back. One of the best parts is there are several samples of their product which is helpful when deciding what to buy, especially for things that have a...More
The place carries a HUGE assortment of DC-made dips, appetizers, jellies, jams, sauces, preserved fruits. Samples are everywhere and you will buy even more after tasting their dressings and sauces and salsas...A MUST stop-in!
Response from doorcountytraveler | Reviewed this property |
I didn't see any either...I just cruise in and out for their great pies....and salsa and dip mixes....so I really didn't notice. Give them a call or check their web site.
door county resident, Liz
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Travel Forum Posts
Where do you buy your cherries? (13 Replies)
We usually come in the fall, past cherry season, but this year we'll be up the end of July (well actually the next two days). A friend has asked us to bring back cherries. Will there be fresh ones or should we plan on buying frozen ones. I figure most of the usual (Wood Orchard, Seaquist etc.) would have frozen ones. As I often say, there's always something new to do or learn about in DC.
July 29, 2013|
You are visiting at a great time. Door County will have a bumper cherry crop. Take advantage and get some fresh cherries. We get our cherries from Hyline in Egg Harbor. Really good products and terrific prices-much less than other nearby places.