There are a couple of comforting things about fall to help ease the adjustment of shorter days and cooler temperatures. The fact that it’s a time for apple picking, corn field mazes and winter squash (pumpkin, butternut and acorn to name a few). One of my favourite things to make is apple pie. It’s oneContinue reading “What kind of apples should you use to make apple pie?”
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Comparing apples to apples
I’m part of Gastropost – a food initiative put out by the National Post to interact with their readers. Participation is relatively easy (not to mention fun). They send you a ‘food mission’ every week and if you’re interested in participating, all you have to do is send them a picture through Twitter, Facebook, instagramContinue reading “Comparing apples to apples”
What do you call an apple that tastes like a grape?
A couple months ago, I was in the produce section of my local grocery store when I walked past the fruit aisle and was overcome with a very strong aroma of grapes. I looked down and saw what appeared to be a bin of apples packaged in plastic containers. However, the label on it saidContinue reading “What do you call an apple that tastes like a grape?”
An apple a day….but what kind of apple?
I was in the grocery store the other day and realized- it’s apple season! There were all these wonderful varieties on display, the majority boasting that they were from Ontario. And several of them were on sale – which one to choose? This got me thinking that the way that I normally buy apples –Continue reading “An apple a day….but what kind of apple?”