Apple Cider Donuts & Edible Boston

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I am totally in love with fall cover of edible boston. Fresh apple cider donuts from Russell Orchards in Ipswich, Ma are heavenly. I’ll admit I have eaten a bag of these delicious donuts from Russell on the car ride home. Edible has a fun bread pudding recipe on their site using leftover apple cider donuts. Sounds yum but who ever has any leftover? Maybe I’ll give it a try next week. Get the recipe: ediblecommunities.com/boston.

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  1. I lived in San Francisco for 7 years now, and during Fall I always think of how I use to go apple picking. My last memory of it involves buying apple cider donuts in a big red barn. They were so warm and moist, it was heaven.

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  2. I used to work in the Russell Orchard bakery, so I can only stand about one cider donut a year, but man are they tasty. And hey, that’s my friend Pam (the bakery manager) holding the donut stick! in the fourth picture. Thanks for highlighting this! It makes my small-town heart swell with pride. :)

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  3. Oh I miss this place so much. Those apple cider donuts are the BEST. We picked up a bag (along with cider) before heading to Crane Beach down the road. Yum!

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  4. very rarely do they make it out of the parking lot never mind home all the way to rockport ! i would have to put them in the truck to achieve this miracle.

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  5. I’m really enjoying your blog… happened upon it last spring. I’m Ipswich born and bred — went to school with the Russell kids — have family in Marblehead and am now in Seattle… Keep up the great blogging about all things house and new englandy…

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  6. Yes oh yes. Cider donuts are one of the BIG things that I miss about fall in New England. My favorites are from Atkins Farms in Amherst, MA. I like them plain or cinnamon-sugar’d with a big cup of creamy coffee. So so good.

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