All the Kitchen Tools You Need To Make the Most of Your Apple-Picking Haul
Cider, doughnuts and pie! Oh my!
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The scent of apples is in the air. If you're planning a trip to pick your own, you're going to need some kitchen gear to make the most of your multiple bags of fruit. Luckily, we've done some shopping for you. Check out what we found.
Hand cutting pie crust decorations can be tricky. It takes a lot of artistic skill and a steady hand. Make an end-run around those obstacles by using pie crust cutters themed for fall. They're as easy to use as cookie cutters and will give you a pie that is Instagram-ready.
If you're more a tea drinker than a coffee sipper, do yourself a favor and serve your beverage of choice up in a teapot. It can turn an average after-dinner treat into a tea party with no effort at all. The vintage-feel of this one is pretty without being overly frilly, but by all means, go all frilly if that's your jam!
After hours spent in the kitchen baking your perfect dessert, why would you serve it up on a boring dinner plate? Get yourself a set of dessert plates that's up to the task. This one is fall-themed (with a heavy bent toward Thanksgiving), with a ring of fall leaves to encircle your apple-y treat.