Subaru of Morristown Offers Tips for Fun Fall Activities

As the weather finally starts to cool off a bit, thoughts of flannel and family time and fun fall activities are starting to float through the air. Now is the perfect time to lace up your boots, grab a sweater, and head out to spend some time embracing the season with those you care about.

So, how do we like to spend the season? Fall is all about the harvest, which means it’s the perfect time to get some fresh produce–and eat it, of course!

Apple Picking

Nothing beats fresh apples, especially with great orchards like Riamede Farm, Wightman Farms, and Sun High Orchards right around the corner. Once you bring your apples home, though, you can add to the experience by spending some time in the kitchen rather than just chowing down.

Apple cider

Apple pie is an obvious choice, but many folks are also surprised by just how easy cider is to make. Chop up your apples, toss them in a pot with some water, add spices, boil, and simmer. That’s it! After that, simply strain the mixture and cool it down. Look online for what could be your new favorite cider recipe.

The Pumpkin Patch

A great selection of farms like Conklin Farm, Hamilton Farms, and Middle Valley Farms make it easy to go out and pick pumpkins nearby. Again, there’s an obvious choice for many pickers: jack-o-lanterns! This year, though, grab an extra pumpkin and take a crack at baking with your own fresh pumpkin puree.

Pumpkin pie

Cut the pumpkin into manageable chunks–halves should work well–and put them open-side down on a baking sheet in the oven. Heat them at 350ยบ until tender, then scoop out the flesh and run it through the food processor. Drain the puree with a sieve until itzs thick, and you’re left with fresh, homemade puree! A 5 lbs pumpkin should yield 2 or 3 cups of puree, so make enough for your favorite pumpkin bread or pie recipe and get to baking!

As you make your way around the farm circuit this season, don’t forget that you’ll need plenty of cargo space and a vehicle that isn’t afraid of a rough dirt road. To get a fresh start with a new Subaru this season, don’t hesitate to contact us online or to call the Subaru of Morristown team at (866) 910-3466 today!

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