A lovely warming, filling dessert, so save room for it.
Use to stuff poultry or rolled pork.
Very, very good.
An apple corer is a hand-operated tool designed to facilitate removing the cores from apples. The utility of a corer becomes evident when you are processing large quantities of apples for canning, drying, etc.
Apple peelers are countertop kitchen appliances designed to speed the process of peeling a great volume of apples, for instance for home canning.
Every apple pie recipe is great, and the best tasting apple pie is the one that you didn’t have to make but get to eat. But, here’s a recipe to how bakery “professionals” approach an apple pie, if you’re curious. It’s the method that is taught in some pastry classes.
Apple spice is a mix of spices in the following combination: 4 parts ground cinnamon; 2 parts ground nutmeg; 1 part ground cardamom. Substitutes Any of the above, though cardamom is not usual in apple pies on its own.
An apple slicer is a device designed to both core and slice apples. There are simple hand ones that work by dint of brute force, and machines that work through hand cranking.
Kid and budget friendly dish. This is a very flexible dish; you can use far fewer wieners if you have a pack you want to finish off, and you can use more cheese if you wish.
Applejack is “hard” (alcoholic) apple cider which has been made even harder. To make Applejack, the person concentrates the hard cider by getting rid of some of the water, which in turn increases the alcohol content of what is left. To do this, s/he places hard cider somewhere where it will freeze, such as on…
A really easy way to do something different with your pork chops on a weeknight: transform them with just a spoonful of apple sauce and a cheese slice
A nice, yummy rice pudding.
Cider is a beverage made from apples. Exactly what cider means, however, depends on where you are. First, let’s go back a bit. Many hundreds of years ago, “cider” could mean a drink made from various fruits, such as peaches, pears, or apples but recently — say in the last two or three hundred years…
To make Dried Apples, apple slices are peeled, cored and sliced first before drying. If the coring is done in the right way, the slices can become rings. The slices ideally are about ¼ inch (½ cm) thick. If you do rings, you can run a string through them and hang them up in a…
December 1st is Eat a Red Apple Day. This is a good day to make it a point to have a red apple! The stores are still bursting with apples, fresh from the harvest.
This is modern take on a traditional recipe from East Anglia in England. A more traditional version calls for fatty bacon, and apple cider (the alcoholic kind.) Ideal for making up a day ahead, then using on a picnic or for a brunch the next day to eat col
Johnny Appleseed, iconic figure in American history and folklore, is largely associated with apples in the food world. Most of the strange things recounted about him genuinely seem to be true. Plus we found a few more by digging through old newspapers.
Even those who think lentils are boring will be after second bowls of this soup.
Marlborough Pudding is a classic, old English dessert that came over to America with the colonists.
A great winter pot roast recipe that makes its own gravy.
A lovely chutney that is very easy to make. There’s just a few minutes of chopping, then the rest is just a slow simmer on the stove.
The Romans called this type of pie a crostata. The Romans did not have nice round pie tins like we do, so they had to turn up the edges of their dough to make a free form tart.
Great with mashed potato.
Scald on fruit is brown patches that appear on the skin of the fruit, mostly on the side of the fruit that was away from the sun. In some instances, the skin is entirely dead, and the flesh underneath the patch will have gone brown as well. It makes the fruit unsellable. Growers still (as…