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    An Apple a Day

    Made for the Photo Forums Oct 2009 apple event.
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    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Serve chilled as a side dish or in salads or use hot as garnish around roast turkey, ham or pork roast. These delicious apples will keep in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

    Recipe #388824

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is an easy and uncommon recipe that is loved in my home. It simple enough for everyday but it works very well for a make as do ahead for Thanksgiving. Serve warm with ice cream if desired.

    Recipe #393275

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is my version of scalloped apples made up in an attempt to keep the sugars as low as possible. I don't think that they can get any lower because you can't take the sugars out of the apples.

    Recipe #391514

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Chock-full of chunky apples, raisins and onions, this is a naturally sweetened dark chutney from Maggie Runacre of Brockville, Ont that was originally published in a magazine. It's especially good with ham or a ploughman's lunch. Use inexpensive blocks of pitted dates.

    Recipe #388828

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    If lady apples and Seckel pears aren't available, don't worry -- this poached fruit dessert works with any fall fruit. Try pears and quince or a mix of cooking apples.

    Recipe #256311

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is not really much of a make ahead. The crust can be made up to a max of 1 day ahead and it must then be kept at room temp. If it goes in the fridge it will be ruined. This tart is unusual and very appealing. It will make 8 generous servings and you can get 10 out if it easily.

    Recipe #187388

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a great stuffing for turkey or chicken but would also go well with pork. From Christine Cushing Live. *NOTE*: time for roasting the chestnuts is not included. Have them ready when you start.

    Recipe #391232

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a perfect pie for the holidays. The filling comes up a crimson red and if you sugar the crust cut outs it will look like snow or frost on them. Don't let anyone peek at it before dessert and then get ready for the "ooooooooh's" . Especially if it's served by candle light because the sugar on the crust will sparkle.

    Recipe #188731

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Sweet, fragrant baked apples are the ultimate comfort dessert around here. These are a favorite. This is an old recipe from Chatelaine magazine.

    Recipe #388807

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This homey, comforting cereal is like warm granola, especially with the crunchy honey-toasted walnut topping.

    Recipe #321746

    You can use either black walnuts or English walnuts in this delicious apple-spice cake.

    Recipe #325698

    Try bringing the fun of caramel apples into your kitchen with this Butterscotch Apple Crisp. Chopped nuts and oatmeal make for a chewy and delicious baked dessert perfect for crisp Fall nights.

    Recipe #387926

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    With Fall aproaching and the leaves already begining to turn gold and droping what could be better than this outstanding (and easy) dish of pork loin, apples, cinnamon and pecans! Good enough for company but simple enough for everyday family.

    Recipe #387603

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    For this savory loaf tart apples, like Gravenstein, work well but use what you have and like. Using your food processor to shred the cold butter, Asiago cheese, and apples, in that order will speed things along. It's not necessary to peel the apples unless you just want to.

    Recipe #388205

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This recipe comes from http://www.joyofbaking.com. I found it in a search for the best apple tart on the web and I think this is it! [quote]"Whatever the fruit, its harvest time is our signal that the fruit is at its optimum flavor. Apples are no exception. Although apples do store well, their texture and flavor is still superior when first picked. Please take the opportunity, if you have an apple orchard nearby, to try locally grown varieties. Once you taste a freshly picked apple with good texture and flavor, you will no longer be satisfied with the poor selection we are faced with at our grocery stores. So although this recipe suggests using Granny Smith apples, you can substitute any firm apple that will keep its shape when baked. Some suggestions of locally grown apples that I use are Mutsu Golden, Rome, Stayman Winesap, Jonagold and Jonathan. This tart's flavor will depend on the type of apples used. You may want to try using two or even three different varieties for a more complex flavor. Unlike the American's flaky pie crust that contains shortening, this tart uses the classic European Pate Sucree which is a sweet pastry crust made with butter and an egg. This gives the crust a rich sweet buttery flavor and its cookie like crumb is perfect with fruit desserts. You can, however, make this tart using Pate Brisee or the pre baked pie crust of your choice. Tarts are open faced (no top crust), made in a shallow tart pan that has straight, fluted sides and a removable bottom. Unlike pies that are served directly from the pan they are baked in, tarts are unmolded and served with only their pastry shells as support.[/quote] . This is a recipe for an occasion when only the finest will do.

    Recipe #387870

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Four pounds of apples go into this towering pie -- but you don't have to peel a single one. Just slice the fruit and pile it up. Warm caramel sauce drizzled on top provides extra sweetness.

    Recipe #262798

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The glimmering, crispy skin of this chicken dish gets its flavor from a sweet-tart blend of apple jelly and cider vinegar. Tip: To save time, cook the rice and chicken together in a casserole dish with a tight-fitting lid. That way the rice will remain moist as it bakes.

    Recipe #262641

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is very tasty way to enjoy Fall. My husband loves this and he's as pickie as they come!

    Recipe #180059

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is all out Christmas Dinner. You'll get the ooo's and ahh's and who doesn't like pork and fruit combos? You might want to make extra stuffing to bake on the side if you have stuffing lovers at the table.

    Recipe #192146

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    A warm and cozy dessert with a decidedly romantic side.

    Recipe #216980

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