Yesterday marked the end of summer and the beginning of fall or autumn as some people say. For some of us, that means wonderful things. Holiday family time, pumpkins, leaves changing, sweaters and so much more. Living in Michigan, we're blessed with an amazing fall season. The weather is amazing, the leaves are vibrantly bright and we're blessed with the tastiest of apples. So, I figured why not commemorate the start of fall the right way with some homemade apple cider. It's much easier to make than you think and it's a lot tastier than the store-bought version. Give this a try yourself.