Red Haven Peaches and Scottsboro Market

We now have Red Haven peaches, red sweet plums and Early Gold apples available. We are open 7 days a week from 8am-5pm. Red Havens are a beautiful, sweet peach classified as “semi-cling.”

We will be open at the Jackson County Farmers Market in Scottsboro beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, July 14, 7:00 am-11:00 am, or until we sell out. We will also be at the farmers markets in Winchester and Guntersville at the same times. We usually sell out, so get there early!

We will be at the markets on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Our orchard salesroom is open 7 days a week from 8 to 5. During business hours, call for availability and prices at 256-437-9254.

Blueberries Gone

Juicy plums
Fresh-picked peaches

Blueberries are gone for the season, but we still have our sweet cling peaches and juicy plums.

Our salesroom is open 8 to 5 seven days a week. Our address is:

6236 County Road 39
Fackler, Alabama 35746

Phone during business hours: 256-437-9254

We hope to have enough fruit in July to open at the farmers markets.

Coming soon: Early Gold Apples. Watch for our posts on the website and Facebook page.

Orchard OPEN

Our Crow Mountain Orchard Salesroom is now open 7 days a week from 8am-5pm! We have blueberries, plums and a few early peaches coming in. Please call the salesroom at 256-437-9254 to check fruit availability. We are on Crow Mountain about 7 miles from Skyline. Our address is:

6236 County Road 39
Fackler, AL 35746

We expect to open at local farmers markets in early July when we have enough fruit available.

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Fried Apple Pies

My cooked apples before they go in fried pies or on top of ice cream

Today a customer requested a recipe for fried apple pies.  I love making them, but don’t really follow a recipe. I did an internet search and found a good recipe from the Food Network that makes an easy version.!

I know a lot of you southern cooks have your favorite recipes for fried pies. Please share your recipe in the “Comments” here.

I like to use a combination of Granny Smith or Jonathan apples with Golden Delicious. Dried apples are also good for making these pies. Sometimes I make my own crust instead of using the refrigerated flaky biscuits, but the biscuit dough makes it very easy. I know a lot of our customers use the refrigerated dough.

When my daughter, Jennifer, was in college at New York University, she often had apples and other fruit from Crow Mountain Orchard delivered by one of her grandmother’s friends. She would make a skillet of fried apples then use them as filling in a flour tortilla folded in half and fried in some butter to make an easy fried pie.