• A classic New England blend of cinnamon, allspice, cloves & nutmeg for use in pies, all apple desserts, and spiced applesauce. Also great on French toast! Sold in a 4-ounce tin canister with clear-view top. Since 1799, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have cultivated, packaged, and sold to the public the most popular varieties of sweet herbs and medicinal teas.  Following that same early tradition, today we offer a selection of gourmet culinary herbs, herbal blends, spices and herbal teas that represent our long and continuing heritage. Our herbs are grown in gardens more than 200 years old, dried in a facility built in 1845, and packaged in tin canisters just like those used by our forbearers throughout the 1800s. Our herbal products represent our continuing commitment to supply our customers with products of high quality and value.
  • Cinnamon chips, orange peel, allspice, and cloves creates a spicy, fragrant seasoning for apple cider. Place several teaspoons in a teaball or cloth/paper sack. Bring 1/2 gallon cider to near boil and steep with mulling spice for 15-20 minutes. Serve hot. Sold in a 4-ounce tin canister with clear-view top.   Since 1799, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have cultivated, packaged, and sold to the public the most popular varieties of sweet herbs and medicinal teas.  Following that same early tradition, today we offer a selection of gourmet culinary herbs, herbal blends, spices and herbal teas that represent our long and continuing heritage. Our herbs are grown in gardens more than 200 years old, dried in a facility built in 1845, and packaged in tin canisters just like those used by our forbearers throughout the 1800s. Our herbal products represent our continuing commitment to supply our customers with products of high quality and value.
  • Wood's Boiled Cider The Wood family had been making Boiled Cider since 1882. They grind and press apples on the farm's orginal screw press to make sweet cider and evaporate it in a wood-fired stainless steel evaporator. Concentrated cider with no sweetners or preservatives added. One gallon of sweet cider is evaporated down to about one pint of Boiled Cider. Cooks use it in a number of recipes from pies to applesauce to salad dressing to port or chicken dishes. Try it over yogurt, ice cream, or pancakes. 1 pint/16 ounces in glass jar with screw top lid. Made in Springfield, Vermont.
  • Natural sea salt, is solar-evaporated, and hand harvested in Maine. The salt crystals are tender to touch, crush with your fingers and strong with taste. Artisan sea salt seasoned by the Sun. Enjoy the Natural Saline Ocean taste that is Maine Sea Salt. Hand Harvested on the Coast of Maine and their salt making methods and spectacular taste is what makes this salt special! Kosher Certified. Available in:
    • Natural Sea Salt- Use to marinate meats, pork, poultry. Use when grilling. Enhances the flavor of any dish. Maine Sea Salt has a unique taste, bursts any dish with flavor. Use in baking, cooking, home made pretzels, fermenting vegetables, decorating salted caramel candies. Salt crystals will make your dish shine when used as a finishing salt.
    • Apple Smoked Sea Salt - great for grilling! Smoked over a Apple fire for a clean smokey taste. Use Smoked Apple Salt to make rubs, or to add a smokey flavor to any meal. Particularly good with fish, pork, chicken and try on a salad or vegetable. Salt is smoked in small batches over a 8 hour period.  Use Smoked Apple Salt to make rubs, or to add sweet smoke taste!
    • Pepper - A chef's blend for seasoning a dish, use as a rub or for everyday enjoyment. A mix of Maine Sea Salt and quality Black Peppercorns. Crushed  peppercorns release a irresistible aroma and flavor. From the Malabar coast of India.
    • Hickory Smoked- Smoked over a Hickory fire for a clean smoky taste. Use Smoked Hickory Salt to make rubs, or to add a smokey flavor to any meal, particularly good with red meats. They Hickory smoke the salt in small batches over a 8 hour period, being sure the temperature is just right and the salt is turned often, to ensure all sides of the salt crystals are smoked evenly.
    3.6 ounce glass grinder Pairs perfectly with our Shaker herbs!
  • The Apple Cookbook: 125 Freshly Picked Recipes by Olwen Woodier From sweet to savory and from breakfast to bedtime, apples take center stage in this fun volume. With recipes ranging from traditional apple pies and crisps to unexpected surprises like Ground Lamb Kebabs with Apple Mint Raita, this new edition of the best-selling classic has been completely revised and redesigned to feature more than 30 new apple-themed goodies. With plenty of vegan and gluten-free options, you’ll be cooking apple-based dishes that you can enjoy with all of your friends. Beautiful photographs and easy to follow recipes. Paperback, 240 pages, full color. Storey Publishing
  • The Wood family had been making Boiled Cider since 1882. They grind and press apples on the farm's original screw press to make sweet cider and evaporate it in a wood-fired stainless steel evaporator. This Cinnamon Cider Syrup is their own special mixture of Boiled Cider and Maple Syrup with a stick of cinnamon. It has the apple flavor of concentrated cider but is not as tart. Use it on French toast, pancakes and waffles, or as a delicious topping on ice cream or yogurt. 8 ounces in glass jar with screw top lid. Made in Springfield, Vermont.
  • A classic New England blend of cinnamon, allspice, cloves & nutmeg for use in pies, all apple desserts, and spiced applesauce. Also great on French toast! Sold in a resealable poly bag. Poly bags are perfectly sized to be refills for our tins.   Since 1799, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have cultivated, packaged, and sold to the public the most popular varieties of sweet herbs and medicinal teas.  Following that same early tradition, today we offer a selection of gourmet culinary herbs, herbal blends, spices and herbal teas that represent our long and continuing heritage. Our herbs are grown in gardens more than 200 years old, dried in a facility built in 1845, and packaged in tin canisters just like those used by our forbearers throughout the 1800s. Our herbal products represent our continuing commitment to supply our customers with products of high quality and value.
  • Cinnamon chips, orange peel, allspice, and cloves creates a spicy, fragrant seasoning for apple cider. Place several teaspoons in a teaball or cloth/paper sack. Bring 1/2 gallon cider to near boil and steep with mulling spice for 15-20 minutes. Serve hot. Sold in a resealable poly bag. Poly bags are perfectly sized to be refills for our tins.   Since 1799, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have cultivated, packaged, and sold to the public the most popular varieties of sweet herbs and medicinal teas.  Following that same early tradition, today we offer a selection of gourmet culinary herbs, herbal blends, spices and herbal teas that represent our long and continuing heritage. Our herbs are grown in gardens more than 200 years old, dried in a facility built in 1845, and packaged in tin canisters just like those used by our forbearers throughout the 1800s. Our herbal products represent our continuing commitment to supply our customers with products of high quality and value.
  • High quality print on textured artist paper by artist and close friend of the Shakers, Sister Karlyn Cauley.  Three fruit trees cascade down this elongated print with a basket weave background. Stunning print of an original watercolor painting. Measures 6" x 12.75". Sister Karlyn Cauley has been a member of the Sisters of the Divine Savior since 1961 and is well known in the U.S. as a folk artist of “Shaker Gift Drawings” for her original watercolors, prints and note cards. Her folk art has brought awareness to the need for simplicity in our lives and homes.
  • A User's Guide by Russell S. Powell This fascinating and helpful guide will offer practical advice about rare heirlooms and newly discovered varieties, chapters on the rich tradition of apple growing in New England and on the fathers of American apples Massachusetts natives John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed) and Henry David Thoreau. Apples of New England will present the apple in all its splendor: as biological wonder, super food, work of art, and cultural icon. Apples of New England will be an indispensable resource for anyone identifying apples in New England orchards, farm stands, grocery stores or their own backyard. Photographs of the more than 200 apples discovered, grown, or sold in New England will be accompanied by notes about flavor and texture, history, ripening time, storage quality, and best use. Countryman Press, 214 pages ISBN: 978-1581572230
  • Needle felted apple sculptures with ornament thread for hanging. Handmade by Janine Valliere, Echoes of New England, of Auburn, Maine.  Janine is also our Office Assistant at Shaker Village, bringing her love of all things Sabbathday Lake to her art work.  Purchasing this online, she is likely the one to fulfill your order while doing a happy dance! Measures approximately 2.5" tall.  Purchase is for an individual apple.  
  • VIRTUAL INSTANT ACCESS Our most often requested workshop experience— Baking with Brother Arnold is now available as an instant access video! Our second in a series of The Shaker Kitchen workshops, Shaker Apple Pie & Dutch Apple Pie.  You will receive a link and password for our 30 minute video of Brother Arnold baking these two recipes straight through, step-by-step. Watch it any time and as many times as you'd like! Featuring a Shaker Apple Pie and a Dutch Apple Pie with, of course, wonderful first-hand stories from Brother Arnold about the Shakers, apples, apple pie, and more!  You can get your ingredients ready and bake along with the recording or just watch and try it yourself afterwards, accessing it again and again for reference. A PDF packet including photos and recipes will be available in your account as an instant download with purchase and a video link and password will be emailed to you instantly.  Please be sure to sign-in to your account or create a new one at checkout to ensure access. Sharing his 40+ years experience cooking & baking at Shaker Village, Brother Arnold shares his experience, talks about the importance of food and how it brings people together in community, and (most of all) sharing his these delicious recipes with tips & tricks! Brother Arnold Hadd has been a Shaker since January 1978.  Through more than four decades, he had served as the First Elder of the Church, the Second Elder of the Church, and a Trustee, as well as a spiritual leader, consultant, counselor, confidant, mentor, cook, and a personal friend to many.  A leader by example, Brother Arnold inspires others to appreciate, honor, and respect Shaker life and its philosophies, values, mission, and vision.  
  • 1818 Orchard Rug Hooking Kit - 12" round by Elizabeth Miller, Parris House Wool Works Create your own hooked rug! Celebrate, practice, and learn this heritage craft from Parris House Wool Works' 1818 Apple Orchard design. Kit includes serged edge rug warp base with 12" round chair pad design drawn on and all the cut wool 'worms' (plus some) necessary to complete this project.  Also includes written instructions and a color photo of the suggested finished product.  Can also be easily converted to a square finished image. Optional add-ons of 12" embroidery hoop and/or rug hook are available. Beth teaches rug hooking workshops and with us here at Shaker Village and demonstrates at our annual events.  Visit her and learn more at parrishousewoolworks.com and our Traditional Arts Virtual Showcase at maineshakers.com/tavs-beth-miller
  • Delectable and delicious mini apple pie homemade by local caterer and friend, Betsey Leslie.  Made with Shaker Mac apples, this little treat will brighten up your day or a loved one's!  These mini 4" pies are perfect for a single serving (hey, why not?) or to share with a few friends.  Buy a few! Heat them up and put a dollop of vanilla ice cream on top-- YUM! Pies are made fresh on Friday evening and are available for pick up at the Shaker Store ONLY on Saturdays through December 10th. Pre-orders online are recommended but you can also take your chances in-person at the Shaker Store while you do other holiday shopping. Pre-orders close on Wednesday each week.  
  • Amazingly delicious apple whoopie pie homemade by local caterer and friend, Betsey Leslie.  Made with Shaker Mac apples, Woods Boiled Cider, and Shaker apple butter with cider buttercream filling.  This little treat will brighten up your day or a loved one's!  Buy a few!! These also freeze great. Whoopie Pies are made fresh on Friday evening and are available for pick up at the Shaker Store ONLY on Saturdays through December 10th. Pre-orders online are recommended but you can also take your chances in-person at the Shaker Store while you do other holiday shopping. You will receive one whoopie pie per quantity ordered. Pre-orders close on Wednesday each week.

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