Each year we make our annual trek up to the North Georgia Apple Barns. We fill up our car with local apples, apple cider, sourwood honey, apple butter and freshly dipped toffee apples. The other Southern ‘fall must’ is to eat a hand fried Apple Pie with ice cream and somehow it’s not quite fall without enjoying one.
When we drive through North Georgia’s apple country it makes us think of our Co. Armagh homeland and the ties from our Scots Irish settlers many years ago. It seems ‘the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’ after all.
Hope you enjoy a few of our pictures and enjoy these last few days of fall!
Enjoy Local apples while they last!
Judith the Irish foodie