Some people go to Delicious Orchards at the holidays for the fantastic pies and miss out the rest of the year on all that they offer. I've been going there since I was a little girl and it's just as goodas i remember or even better as my palate has developed. First stop upon entering is the bakery dept. You really can't go wrong. Family favorites include the apple cider donuts, crumb cake, english muffin bread, apple turnovers. And of course the vast assortment of pies which are now priced from $10-$15 each but that doesn't stop them from flying off the shelves. Next, hook your cart to the right into the cheese dept. If you go early in the day, you can often snag some samples. Copious amounts of cheese surround you. Whether you're more into chevre or cheddar, they've got you covered. The produce dept has all the basics at prices comparable to grocery stores but of a higher quality. The apple selection is extensive including varieties you just don't see elsewhere. More exotic items can be found depending on the season like blood oranges, champagne grapes, wild strawberries, pluots, key limes and purple potatoes. in the vegetable room, inhale the scent of fresh herbs and take a gander at the organic and Asian sections where you can pick up tofu and wonton wrappers. Next stop, the candy/coffee/tea room. Sample loose teas in convenient 1 oz packets or buy a bag of whatever amount you wish. The boxed tea takes up an impressive area of wall space. Coffee will be packaged for you whole or ground. Chocolates and other candies are sure to tempt you, too. in the checkout area, take a peak in the freezers. My grandmother loves the stuffed chicken breasts. Specialty ice creams and premium butters are also in this area. After bagging up in crisp paper sacks, take a moment outside to collect your thoughts at the concession stand which is stocked with the donuts and cider you can't leave without securing.