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We picked up more apples yesterday from Pennsylvania. The first order made yummy applesauce, and these I have no plan for.
I got a bushel each of
- Honey crisp
- Crimson crisp
I believe I’ve found a new favorite!
You can see my thoughts on the first batch of apples on the little video I made about that, lol!
So the Crimson Crisp seem perfect for just eating.
Thats what I was looking for in the last batch, but they were softer apples, which made good sauce. I’ll be giving the Fuji and Honeycrisp a taste soon, but for now I’m enjoying the Crimson Crisp apples.
Until we get freezing temperatures, I plan to store these out on our covered porch. Hope they last!
If you want to find out two dips that I like to eat my apples with, see
Both are wonderful this time of year with those crunchy, sweet apples!
What would you do with three bushels of delicious apples?
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1. Apple Oatmeal Bars from Treat & Trick
2. Haunted House on a Halloween Landscape Tablescape from Whispers of the Heart
3. DIY Macrame Ghosts with Red Heart Yarn from Creatively Beth
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