REALLY EATING Oatmeal topped with spiced apples and toasted almonds
We have alarge basket full of apples on the kitchen counter, and no oneis eating them. Well, I guess I ameating a few but we just have too many apples.
So, yesterday for breakfast, I wanted to make s... Posted on 12/31/12 at 8:23 AM
CHEF JEFF Fried Apples
If you have box or a pail of apples sitting in your garage or back porch, you are probably not alone. That's because most people who have an apple tree or two or three probably enjoyed a nice harvest ... Posted on 10/24/12 at 1:44 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Warming Apple Dessert For Fall: Baked Apple Cream
Last week, one of the culinary instructors sharedbucketfuls of applesfrom his backyard. I took as many as I could carry, and daydreamed about creating fall apple desserts while I was supposed to be pa... Posted on 9/22/12 at 9:28 PM
COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Madge Prewitt's Apple Cake
Madge Prewitt died at the age of 90 on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 in Corbin, KY. Her obituary tells us that she was a member of the First Baptist Church and had been a hostess at the Holiday Inn Restaura... Posted on 8/26/12 at 11:35 PM
CONFESSIONS OF A (FORMER) FAT GIRL Baked apple sweetness
I think I wrote about my baked apples before, but I am writing about them again because I tweaked the recipe a little bit and now, made them into mini apple pies...kind of.
I made these little apple p... Posted on 11/8/09 at 10:05 AM
The sudden cold snap that interrupted Minnesota's warm spring five weeks ago doesn't appear to have been as big a disaster for the state's apple crop as first feared, but it still has left some growers hurting and worried.
Minnesota apple growers worry that a recent cold snap could kill new buds on their apple trees after early warm weather this spring. Growers are trying to warm their orchards with bonfires and by spraying trees with special solutions. Others are using wind machines and even helicopters to drive cold air out and warmer air down.
It's true — apple juice can pose a risk to your health. But not necessarily from the trace amounts of arsenic that people are arguing about. Despite the government's consideration of new limits on arsenic, nutrition experts say apple juice's real danger is to waistlines and children's teeth. Apple juice has few natural nutrients, lots of calories and, in some cases, more sugar than soda has. It trains a child to like very sweet things, displaces better beverages and foods, and adds to the obesity problem, its critics say.
Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman thought he'd seen it all when it comes to the number of different ingredients that chili can contain — until he came across a recipe from Associated Press Food Editor J.M. Hirsch.
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