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I don’t know what came upon me that I needed to make apple butter Tuesday night. I never ate the stuff as a kid, even though I was guaranteed to find it at nearly every restaurant, holiday dinner and jam-tasting … Continue reading
An apple peeler, corer and slicer makes easy work of getting your apples ready for turning them into sauce.
This fun, festive treat that will be sure to please your youngest holiday guests.
Kids can vote for their favorite apple variety through Nov. 6.
Enjoy outdoor activities this weekend in York County.
Pennsylvania ranks as one of the top six apple-producing states in the nation, making it an ideal place to pick your own apples, and you can choose from more than 20 varieties.
Packing an apple in my lunchbag for a midday snack has always presented problems for me. I feel messy biting into one, but apples turn brown if you cut them up too far in advance. I tried the fabulous idea … Continue reading