WV LIVING shares their favorite foods
Sometimes you just crave a good ol' homecooked meal. But when you're at Apple Annie's in Point Marion, Pennsylvania, just a few short miles from Morgantown, the gargantuan, five-pound servings of cakes, pies, cobblers, and gobs are the best part of the meal. That's right, five pounds of dessert. And yes, we said "gobs"—more commonly known as whoopie pies. Apple Annie's was established in 1991 by Barbara Ann and Ray “Chipper” O’Neil in a quaint little house in an alley. Today, Kelly Rockwell, Barb and Chipper's daughter, helps run the restaurant and says, "Baking and cooking from scratch are a dying art, and these days people are looking for something besides chain restaurants." Open Tuesday through Saturday,...
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Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, might be a small town, but it offers up a big treat at Rising Creek Bakery & Café. Known for their authentic, homemade salt-rising bread, owner Jenny Bardwell and her husband, Andrew Liebhold, also serve up a variety of homemade truffles, pastries, pies, cakes, cookies, soups, sandwiches, and more! "My boyfriend and I decided to drive out to Mt. Morris the other day and were so completely and pleasantly surprised when we found Rising Creek," says Rachel Henderson, assistant editor at WV LIVING. "It was a gorgeous day outside—and there wasn't a seat left in the café—so we sat on the back deck, soaking in the sun, listening to the creek, and enjoying incredibly fresh and delicious sandwiches and...
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