Scented Hot Pads- Made in USA Blueberry, Friends, Reindeer, ME Cabin, Loon, Snowman & Apple- Brock?
Scented Hot PADS Made in USA by Alice's Cottage- $14.00
They're filled with real spices and the great scent will last indefinitely. Just place a hot dish or kettle on them and the wonderful aroma is released-- cinnamon, orange & clove scent.
They also serve to protect table and countertop surfaces. Machine washable. Size 10" x 10".
20 more designs available coming soon.
Also 4 matching scented coasters in gift box with ribbon 5 x 5 really nice... $ 15.00 available in 'Blueberry Bow' and "Friends' design.
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Blueberry Design scented Hot Pad
berry nice... Go Here to order
Friend to Friend Design Scented Hot Pad
perfect! — Go Here to order
Set of 4 matching scented coasters available!
Reindeer Design Scented Hot Pad- Made in USA
Holiday spirit — Go Here to order
Maine Cabin Design Scented Hot Pad-- Made in USA
'wicked good' — Go Here to order
Loon Design Scented Hot Pad- Made in USA
--our favorite at Spectacle Pond — Go Here to order
Snowman Design Scented Hot Pad- Made in USA
"There is no man like a Snowman"! — Go Here to order
A is for Apple Design scented Hot Pad
A -- is for Apple! Reminds us of "Brock Apples". John grew 40+ crops of the Best Brock Apples in York County...
Brock, a McIntosh x Golden Delicious cross, was bred in 1934 by Russ Bailey, renowned plant breeder of the University of Maine. The apple was named for Henry Brock, the orchardist, who was one of the original testers of the variety. It was at Brock’s orchard in Alfred, Maine where the variety found its early popularity. Brock is the sole apple introduction from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension at Highmoor Farm in Monmouth. Henry's son John S. Brock grew the BEST Brock apples for over 40 years.
Brock has the same parentage as the apple Spencer yet they are very different apples. You can cross the same two varieties a thousand times, and every resulting tree and fruit will be unique.
The original thought was to promote Brock for the sauce industry in part due to its small core and Mac heritage. Instead it has become a cult dessert apple among many small commercial growers around the country. It has a full, dynamic flavor and low acidity. Makes the BEST Apple pie--they are big so less apples to peel! Makes great Applesauce and Apple Crisp and of course the best... right off the tree!