Spring has finally taken residence in the Yakima Valley. Lush green carpets have overtaken the bronze hillsides and filled the orchards with a sea of soft ground-cover.
Winter time in the orchard has a very special meaning to us- renewal of life. Trees are fully in their deep winter slumber and the leaves of last fall have disappeared under a blanket of pristine snowfall. Although the trees take a long and deserved sleep, the work for us never ends.
Photo Credit: Karsten Moran for The New York Times Recipe by David Tanis. Featured in: A Taste Of Fall In A Bottle Of Hard Cider. There are some culinary combinations that cannot be improved upon, and apples and pork is surely one of them. This recipe calls for pan-frying boneless pork chops and serving them with butter-browned […]