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Tagged With: apple

Caramel Apple Cider

Nothing says fall like apple cider. I love curling up with a book in my favorite chair with a hot, steamy mug apple cider spiked with homemade caramel and cinnamon. It also makes a great warm drink for holiday parties. Caramel Apple Cider 1 cup apple cider 1 teaspoon caramel sauce 1 cinnamon stick Warm … Continue reading »

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Grilled Cheese with Bacon Jam and Apples

There’s nothing I like more than a grilled cheese. I like every kind, from the traditional diner cheddar on white bread to the fanciest, wild mushroom truffled grilled cheese. When I saw a recipe for bacon jam, I immediately thought that would make a great grilled cheese– everything’s better with bacon and this jam has … Continue reading »

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Winter Fruits Smoothie

This time of year, I’m really missing fruit. I’m tired of eating apples and citrus is great, but I want some berries. My only option is frozen fruit, but I don’t like thawed frozen fruit unless I blend it up into a smoothie. This one was a great one because it had the right amount … Continue reading »

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Stuffing and Turkey Roulade

Well, it’s time for the pre-Thanksgiving round-up. After several lovely meals for the holiday, I can say I’m done with turkey until next year. Not including turkey sandwiches or ground turkey. But the whole bird…I’ve had enough for a while. I thought we were getting a de-boned and butterflied turkey breast from the butcher, but … Continue reading »

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Apple Oat Muffins

I love warm, fresh muffins on a snowy day. Preferably one when I don’t need to go outside, but you can’t have everything. It’s snowing in October and I think we need some muffins to start the day off right. So I started out with Joanne Chang’s (Flour Bakery in Boston) Good Morning Muffins recipe … Continue reading »

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Pork Chops with Apple Chutney

Next in the series of apple-related dishes after the apple-picking adventure, here are some pork chops that I’ve pounded a bit and topped with an apple chutney. While these are still on the bone, the thinness makes them similar to schnitzel. It also allows you to cook them quickly enough that the breading doesn’t burn. … Continue reading »

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The Best Apple Pie

  With 30 pounds of apples in the fridge, it’s definitely time for some apple pie. We had the butternut squash and apple soupĀ and now it’s time for some of this yummy pie. It’s still warm from the oven, and we can’t wait for it to cool. I took an Ina Garten recipe and only … Continue reading »

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Fall Butternut Squash Soup

It’s officially fall, although it may not feel like it yet. And that means apple picking and finding all sorts of ways to use the 30 pounds of apples we have in the fridge. I always go straight to butternut squash soup because it’s an easy and healthy soup and you can make it with … Continue reading »

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