David and Miriam Cooper began in 1969 as a fresh fruit and vegetable stand in front of their home, but soon became known for miles around for their delicious homemade apple butter, jams, and jellies. David learned how to make jelly from his Grandmother when he was just 12 years old and David still uses these original recipes today. Their dark and rich apple butter is cooked in 50 gallon copper kettles over a wood fire.
Never any artificial colors or preservatives.
What is the difference between jelly and jams?
Jelly is made from fruit juice. The product is clear and firm enough to hold its shape when turned out of the container. Jam is made from crushed or ground fruit. It tends to hold its shape but is generally less firm than jelly.