Often we can determine if the apple is ripe by it’s color. But, what if you’re growing a green apple variety? How do you know if it’s ripe? First, check the stem to see if it’s brown. Then follow these 5 tips.
Did you ever wonder what the colonists used for sweetening before white sugar became readily available? One of their favorites in the Northeast was boiled cider! This tasty sweet/tart syrup is the essence of cider and tastes great in tea, over desserts and mixed into baked beans.
Fall is the best time to drag out all your favorite apple recipes; from side dishes to desserts. I like to use apples in just about everything. I cut them up to sprinkle on top of my dinner salad, slice them for the top of an oven pancake, dice them up for a side dish […]
Apple cider vinegar is a valuable ingredient for good health, and it’s easy to make at home. I don’t enjoy peeling and coring apple after apple to make a pie or a cobbler, but I do love being able to make something valuable out of the scraps. Apple cider vinegar helps to fight inflammation and […]
You can use your shrunken apple heads to decorate the home or at the start of a party, place the shrunken heads in the punch bowl, it’ll sure be a hit! Be sure to make the punch in the recipe below because not only will this punch help to keep your apples looking good, it […]