Saturday, November 11, 2006

How to Cook Apples?

In case you are stuck for ideas about what to do with apples this fall, check out the guide to bloggers' apple recipes I put together over at Blogher.

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How to Cook Apples?


  • At 11/11/06 18:14, Blogger Catherine said…

    nice collection! I just found an apple and manchego salad recipe that looks easy and exciting.

  • At 11/11/06 23:09, Blogger Unknown said…

    Thank you so much! This is a great resource you put together.

  • At 12/11/06 00:43, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I'll have to go and buy a load of apples now.

  • At 12/11/06 02:14, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    this will give me some new ideas on how to use up my apples

  • At 12/11/06 02:25, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Oooh lovely, thanks for that.

    You may be interested in my experience cooking a bramley apple pie - my dilemma was do I cook the apples first or not? My first attempt was not so good!

  • At 12/11/06 10:19, Blogger G.P. said…

    Wow... perfect timing and thanx . We still here have a bumper crop of apples waiting for creativity to take over!

  • At 12/11/06 12:47, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That was a great read, thank you! I have even more recipes on my "to try" list. I am a huge fan of Fuji apples these days. I don't know hwy but I love their juiciness and they cook really well too.
    I don't always leave a comment but I am a faithfull reader and appreciate your great work and writing.

  • At 12/11/06 15:01, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    What a huge amount of work, Sam. Brava.
    Me, I ran my apples through the juicer and the cider is now in the process of becoming vinegar. (On purpose! I'm letting it turn to vinegar on purpose! Not like last time, when I did it not-on-purpose, but it came out great so I'm doin' it again.)

  • At 12/11/06 15:14, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Great job Sam. Thanks for including me. I'm honoured.


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