Now that spring is in full swing, the seasonal bounty of garden-grown veggies is starting its parade across your plate, beginning with radishes, baby lettuces and asparagus, and rolling right into cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers. Remember that the crunch and sweetness of apples makes them an essential co-ingredient in all of your garden creations.
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Serve apple butter alongside breadbaskets and cheese trays, or spread liberally on piping hot pancakes and biscuits.
This month, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and National Nutrition Month. While it’s tradition to fill your St. Patty’s Day menu with dishes like corned beef, soda bread and green beer, you can still keep nutrition top-o-mind by incorporating apples into your festivities.
The honey-glazed ham, decorated cookies and sparkling cocktails of the holidays are but distant memories now that resolutions to lose weight, trim up and make healthier food choices occupy the New Year mindset.
As long as you are clinking glasses, why not add a seasonal, classic twist: bring apples into the mix.
To celebrate National Apple Month in October, we challenged apple lovers nationwide to think outside the crust for the “Appletizing Apple Pairing” recipe contest in search of simple apple pairing recipes for life’s delicious moments.
When it comes to apple pie, it is worth mastering a classic recipe, like our All-American Apple Pie. Pastry, apples, sugar, lemon and cinnamon, thickened with flour or starch, all add up to the quintessential pie loved around the globe.
This National Apple Month we’re challenging fans to wow our taste buds with unique apple pairings. We asked apple aficionado and author of The Apple Lover’s Cookbook Amy Traverso to provide some inspiration, and she did not disappoint!
This National Apple Month, U.S. Apple Association is pairing up with Marzetti®, Cabot Creamery Cooperative™ and Peanut Butter & Co.® in search of simple and delicious apple pairings.
Whether you pick produce from your own garden or trees, or from your local farmers market or supermarket, preserving the flavors of summer and fall can be a rewarding practice. If nostalgia for simpler times is nudging you toward your first canning project, start with an easy project: applesauce.