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5 Recipes to Take Advantage of an Early Apple Season

Apple lovers get ready:  Our favorite fall fruit is now coming into season sooner than expected.  From the apple-growing regions of New York, Michigan, and Washington, we can expect to get a jump-start on everything apple, from pick-your-own apple orchards to frosty mugs of apple cider.  Though a simple caramel-dipped apple is our favorite, there […]

Spiced Sharlotka, Or Everyday Apple Cake

I’m kicking off my Cooking Channel blog series with quite possibly the most everyday cake in Russian culinary repertoire; every, and I mean every, Russian household makes this cake. The famed, quotidian Sharlotka is nothing more than a bit of flour bound together by eggs, sugar and a dash of leavening with some apples. Every […]

Get a Quick Sweet Fix: Apple Fries

When autumn arrives, the farmers’ markets are brimming with apples of every variety. The excitement we get when we discover wonderful new apple varieties is like being kids in Candy Land. With a plethora of fresh apples to eat, we’re still continually creating new recipes to enjoy them when they’re cooked. When apples are cooked […]

Pix Potluck: Cooking Channel Fans Baking for Fall

You’ve been sharing your Fall Baking projects, and we couldn’t be happier. The beauty above is a Seckel pear tart with almond-Meyer lemon frangipane on whole wheat pastry crust, as shared by The Food Diva in Austin, TX.  Dee-lish.

Fall Fest: Apples Give Salad Crunch

You could spend hours browsing the in season apple selections at the famers’ market but I’m happy to head right to the Honey Crisp variety. Some might call these the “fancy” variety because they can be a bit more expensive. But one bite of this super sweet and crunchy gift from the orchard and I promise, you’ll be sold.

So I’m happy to eat these as soon as I can get my hands on them, but their super-sweet quality and zero chance for mealy texture, makes them the perfect candidate for a salad mix-in.

Apples and Honey: 5 New Ways

This week rings in Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year. Instead of toasting with lots of bubbly, this celebration involves a big spread of food, Manischewitz wine and apple slices dipped in honey to symbolize a sweet new year. An apple-shaped honey bowl to use for this purpose is a common Jewish wedding gift and, […]

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