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Labor Day Sale NOW through Monday Sept. 7th!

Labor Day Sale NOW through Monday Sept. 7th!

Take advantage of Sunrise Orchards Labor Day Sale NOW through Monday Sept. 7th!  

Buy one 18 pound box of Paula Red apples for $14.00, get the second one FREE and save!  What a FANTASTIC value!!  

We love Paula Reds because they taste great!  Not too sweet; not too tart.  Great for eating and cooking.  Perfect for applesauce because breaks down quickly.  Use in pies when combined with firmer varieties and thickener.  Buy one box for yourself, and keep the other box, freeze them, or share with friends and the elderly.  Be sure to refrigerate apples to keep them nicer longer.  Senior Shopping DAILY from 8 am - 9 am.  Regular hours DAILY 9 am - 5 pm. 

IN STOCK: Honeycrisp apples!  We know you've been waiting for them!  How do you use Honeycrisp apples?  Honeycrisp apples crisp texture makes them shine in raw preparations; eating out-of-hand, diced and added to coleslaw and chopped salads; or sliced thin and added to sandwiches and burgers.  They maintain their sweet flavor even when cooked.  Try baked into a crisp or pie.  Remove the skin and slow cook slices to make applesauce, preserves and apple butter.  Honeycrisp apples are great for eating, pie, sauce, baking and freezing.  

IN STOCK: Caramel apples - plain and peanuts!

IN STOCK: Sunrise Orchards Cider!

IN STOCK: McIntosh, Paula Red Zestar, Dudley apples 

The Apple Corner Bakery has made-fresh daily apple cider donuts and cookies.  All are bakery goodies are delicious!

Check out all the delicious recipes on our website at: www.sunriseapples.com/recipes/

How Do You Freeze Apples?

Freezing apples for use in cooking and baking, is a great way to keep apples fresh – all year long.  The texture of the apple, will be altered by freezing, leaving the flesh spongier than that of a fresh apple. That change in texture, doesn’t affect cooking and baking applications. How you freeze them, depends on how they’ll be used later.

Peel, core and slice apples. Use later by the handful or bagful, in any cooked recipes. Pies, muffins, cobblers and even applesauce, can be made from frozen apples. Use a swivel peeler or a sturdy slicer/corer, make peeling so much easier.  Once sliced, dip the apples in a bowl of water with a little lemon juice stirred in (about a tablespoon per gallon) to prevent browning.

To prevent clumping, arrange slices on a plate or baking tray lined with parchment or waxed paper. Pre-freeze the apple slices between 4 hours – 24 hours, before bagging them in airtight containers or freezer bags. Date and label contents. They can be frozen for up to 1 year.

Discover when our apple varieties are ready for sale, sold out, and their best use, by clicking on the Apple Availability link here:  www.sunriseapples.com/content/apple-availability

HOURS: 
August, September, October: 9am - 5pm DAILY
November, December: 9am - 4pm DAILY (closed Thanksgiving Day)
Senior Shopping: 8am - 9am DAILY
Retail Season 8/24/2020 - 12/18/2020
Online Store open 24/7

Sunrise Orchards
48340 State Hwy 171
Gays Mills, WI 54631
608-735-4645
sunrise@mwt.net
www.SunriseApples.com

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