Now that we are immersed in the season of giving, it's a great time to
remember how many treasures we have right here at home. Whether
you're seeking to prepare a delicious meal or to share a one-of-a-kind
experience with loved ones, here are three local jewels that offer just that.
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Blessings at Home
~ Nancy Griffi n-Bonnaire
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Visit KO Distilling in Manassas, VA to purchase bottles of
locally made, bourbon, whiskey, and gin. Spirit tastings,
distillery tours, & more available at the distillery.
10381 Central Park Dr. STE 105
Manassas, VA 20110
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If you outdid yourself preparing a Thanksgiving meal, why not take a
break and let
HoneyBaked Ham step up to help? The Gainesville shop
always has plenty of their mouthwatering honey-glazed bone-in hams in
stock. They're fully cooked, sliced, and ready to serve--just set it on your
table! The same goes for their boneless turkey breast--either roasted or
smoked. Either one of these main dishes will remain perfectly fresh in the
refrigerator for several days, so don't wait until the last minute to get yours.
If you need side items to accompany your meat of choice, there's a tasty
variety at your fi ngertips here too--macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes,
green bean casserole, sweet potato souffl é, cinnamon apples--yum! To
learn more, call
If you love homemade desserts but don't have the time to make them
yourself, stop by
Buckland Farm Market, which always has freshly
made pies and cakes made by Sherry Lynn Coffey, who along with her
husband Bill have run the market for more than three decades. You'll fi nd
your favorites--apple, blueberry, cherry, pumpkin (these and others are
also available in sugar-free options)--as well as lemon and cream pies,
and many more, and loaf cakes and cake rolls, too.
Of course you can fi nd fresh produce, jams, jellies, salad dressings, and
meats for use in your favorite recipes. You'll even fi nd whimsical decorations
onsite, not to mention fresh wreaths and trees--and lots of holiday gift
ideas. To learn more, call
BUCKLAND FARM MARKET
Get into the holiday spirit with a drive through the
Bull Run Festival of
Lights, which features more than 40,000 lights arranged in a variety of
seasonal displays. Plan a visit with your family--and if you have out-of-
town guests, this is a sure way to wow them!
The Festival of Lights is open every day of the week through January
6, 2019. Consider going MondayThursday from 5:309:30 p.m. when
traffi c is lighter or enjoy it FridaySunday and holidays from 5:3010:00
p.m. Admission for a standard car or van holding 114 people is $25 from
December 1430 and drops to $20 from December 31January 6 ($5
coupons available MondayThursday). To learn more, call
BULL RUN FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS