Sunday, October 2, 2011

You Have To Go To Larriland Farm This Month

This is the season for Larriland, and you should be marking your calendar now for a half day of picking apples and pumpkins.

In October, Larriland Farms in Woodbine runs hayrides and offers food like barbecue and apple fritters.  You aren't going to beat a sunny day -- even if it is crisp or cold -- picking a few bags of apples and then getting your jack-o-lantern.  (Click here for my 2010 post about October.)

In past years, Larriland has hosted a stand from Town Grille selling barbecue.  But you could pick up your own a Lisbon restaurant -- and maybe grab some house-smoked trout or salmon -- stop for fried chicken at Harvest Fried Chicken in Woodbine.


Marcia said...

Remember homemade applesauce is super easy, if you got that sort of apple. It probably takes less than a half hour (and freezes really well if you make too much).

Brandi said...

Do you remember what the price per pound was for the pumpkins and apples?


HowChow said...

@Brandi -- Sorry. I don't remember the prices from last year. You should call the farm!