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Best Apple Pies in NH/VT?

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Fluffypuff Jun 14, 2011 01:29 PM

Do you know of a place with EXCELLENT fresh apple pies or apple cobblers in NH or VT? I realize that there are several good brands sold at supermarkets, but I'm looking for something fresh. A place near Lebanon, NH would be best, but since the person is an apple pie/cobbler connoisseur, I'm willing to have something delivered by courier from further away. The important thing is that the pie be truly great.

Thank you!

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    dfrostnh RE: Fluffypuff Jun 15, 2011 04:30 AM

    We buy pies at Richardson's, Water St, Boscawen NH. Warning: they also sell ice cream that is made at the family farm in Dracut, MA.

    Not sure what apples they would use this time of year. Possibly they freeze some in the fall.

    I'm guessing travel time from Lebanon to Boscawen would be about 1 hour via I89 to Rt 127, right onto Long Street in Webster. It turns into Water Street. Richardson's is on your left.

    1. Morganna RE: Fluffypuff Jun 15, 2011 08:52 AM

      South Hero, VT: Allenholm farm. They have pick your own apples (in season) and their pies and cider are really great. (http://www.allenholm.com/farmstore.html

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      Waterbury, VT: Cold Hollow Cider Mill (http://www.coldhollow.com/). They have killer pies though their cider and cider donuts are their best products. :)

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        jackattack RE: Fluffypuff Jun 15, 2011 03:40 PM

        Mountain Creamery in Woodstock, VT. The pie is fabulous but I'm not sure if they sell whole pies to go, or if they have apple at this time of year. But give them a call, definitely.

        www.mountaincreameryvt.com

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          nancyl126 RE: Fluffypuff Jun 15, 2011 09:29 PM

          +2 for Mountain Creamery...they used to ship to NJ and NYC, but now you have to go there and order your own 5 pounds of apples wrapped up in pie...it's a nice drive from anywhere...we come from Manchester VT at lease twice a year for the pie.

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            VTer RE: nancyl126 Jun 20, 2011 08:32 AM

            +3 for Mountain Creamery...and ditto on checking to see if that particular pie is available. Best to call ahead...they may even take an order and make one especially for you. phone number is: 802-457-1715. address is 33 Central, right in "downtown" Woodstock

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            meeps2002 RE: Fluffypuff Jun 29, 2011 05:21 AM

            The Putney Diner - so tasty

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            Putney Diner
            82 Main St, Putney, VT 05346

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