The time has come for your family’s twelfth annual pie-eating contest. You think you’ll stay competitive by bringing home a freshly baked pie from Sweet Seasons Orchard.
But you’d be wrong. Pies from Sweet Seasons are so good, you’ll want to slow down and savor every bite.
Unless you win awards at home for eating fast, we suggest you take the ten-minute drive today from Albion to Concord and visit this family-owned and operated apple orchard, where the bakery selection also includes scones, donuts, banana-nut bread, and cookies.
Sweet Seasons also carries their own line of naturally grown and processed foods, including mixes for soups and pastas. You can also find Indian corn in the fall, and Christmas trees.
As for seasonal fresh fruits, think pears, apples, plums, peaches, grapes, and more.
But if it’s dessert that sounds sweetest of all, let Uncle Jim take pride in his record-breaking ingestion of another supermarket pie, because you will already be winning. Slow down, sit back, relax, and savor the sweet taste of your pie from Sweet Seasons Orchards.
Sweet Seasons Orchards: 15787 Allman Rd, Concord, MI 49237. Hours: Open 7 days a week, 10 a.m.6 p.m. Phone: (517).524.8535. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Cash only.
Photos by Molly Blank and Alyssa Ninkovich.