Ocean State Job Lot Adventure Shopping: Apples edition

One thing's for sure -- you can't eat an apple without first running through an Apple Machine. These things can fetch hundreds of dollars in some places, but at the Job Lot, you don't even have to drop 20 bucks to snag one. JON BODELL / Insider staff
One thing's for sure -- you can't eat an apple without first running through an Apple Machine. These things can fetch hundreds of dollars in some places, but at the Job Lot, you don't even have to drop 20 bucks to snag one. JON BODELL / Insider staff
Need a lid for that big pot you were going to make cider in? Why not grab this silicone, apple-shaped one? Who cares that it won't firmly secure to the top of the pot? JON BODELL / Insider staff
Need a lid for that big pot you were going to make cider in? Why not grab this silicone, apple-shaped one? Who cares that it won't firmly secure to the top of the pot? JON BODELL / Insider staff
This handy-dandy pie plate comes with ingredients and instructions for making an apple pie right on the bottom of it. That's not a sticker -- the recipe is printed right on the pie plate, so you'll never lose it. This is actually pretty cool. JON BODELL / Insider staff
This handy-dandy pie plate comes with ingredients and instructions for making an apple pie right on the bottom of it. That's not a sticker -- the recipe is printed right on the pie plate, so you'll never lose it. This is actually pretty cool. JON BODELL / Insider staff
While we love the Job Lot for its assortment of strange and unheard-of items, it also stocks an apple classic -- one of those slicers that cores and slices apples into eight even wedges. JON BODELL / Insider staff
While we love the Job Lot for its assortment of strange and unheard-of items, it also stocks an apple classic -- one of those slicers that cores and slices apples into eight even wedges. JON BODELL / Insider staff
We found something we'd never heard of -- Nak Nak "Green Apple Jack" hard candy. With a name like Nak Nak, you know it must be good. JON BODELL / Insider staff
Thirsty? Pop a bottle of this Kristian Regale apple sparkling juice beverage. It's imported and made from a Swedish recipe -- so fancy! JON BODELL / Insider staff
Thirsty? Pop a bottle of this Kristian Regale apple sparkling juice beverage. It's imported and made from a Swedish recipe -- so fancy! JON BODELL / Insider staff
Make your house smell like a freshly baked apple pie -- without the hassle of actually baking a pie -- with these apple cinnamon-scented candles.  JON BODELL / Insider staff
Make your house smell like a freshly baked apple pie -- without the hassle of actually baking a pie -- with these apple cinnamon-scented candles. JON BODELL / Insider staff
Another item we'd never heard of before -- Granny Smith apple-flavored Aussie-style licorice. The bag proclaims "Made with MORE FLAVOR in every bite," so it must be pretty legit. JON BODELL / Insider staff
If you're hungry but in a rush, grab some of these single-serving cups of Irish oatmeal, apple cinnamon-flavored, of course. JON BODELL / Insider staff
If you're hungry but in a rush, grab some of these single-serving cups of Irish oatmeal, apple cinnamon-flavored, of course. JON BODELL / Insider staff

Since this is the Apples Issue, we decided to hit up Ocean State Job Lot for a little Adventure Shopping to see if we could find any apples-related items. Sure enough, there was plenty of oddly interesting stuff that fit right into the theme. Who knew you could get a rubber lid for a cooking pot in the shape of an apple?

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