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Put the spoils of your apple picking adventures to good use!
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All About Apples!

One of the best consolations to summer being over is that we ease into apple season, which has a charm of its own among all the fruit seasons.

When I was about five years old, I went apple picking with my family, fell out of a tree, and broke my leg. My parents thought I was being melodramatic with the hysterical crying and whatnot. As my mother often repeats, they put me in the car's back seat, left the windows open, continued apple picking, had a picnic lunch, and then drove back to NYC. A pitstop at the hospital revealed that I had fractioned my tiny little tibia and needed a toe to hip plaster cast for three months. I don't know why my mom still tells this story. It doesn't exactly reflect well on my parents' part, but that's all water under the bridge.

Funny enough, I am still very fond of apples and haven't missed a chance to go apple picking since. Although I lean into the phrase "low hanging fruit," I think climbing the trees at apple orchards is pretty much against the rules. Perhaps a rule was implemented after too many small children toppled out of Macoun apple trees.

So after you overfill those baskets or bags with McIntosh, Red Delicious, Pippin, Fuji, Pink Lady, Greening, and Gala apples, you will probably want to do more than just eat them straight up. Here are some of my favorite ways to use my favorite fall fruit.

One of the best things that could happen to a pork chop. This simple black eyed pea salad is terrific in and of itself.

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This substantial salad is almost joyful, with loads of textures and flavors in every bite.

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This salad tastes like a lot more work than it is with terrific flavor, fun textures, and lots of colors.

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You will not believe how easy this beautifully puffed pancake is to make.

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The sweetness of the apples complements the earthiness of the carrots, with a whole lot of color and crunchiness as an added bonus.

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Apple cider creates a nice change of pace from the more classic tomato-based stew.

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Tender apple studded muffins decked with a sweet and crunchy topping make the perfect snack or breakfast treat.

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This light snacking cake is studded with tiny chunks of apples and topped with a crunchy cinnamon sugar dusting.

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The smell and taste of tart-sweet apple cider mixed with cinnamon, orange, cloves, and allspice simply cannot be beaten.

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BUT WAIT, THERES MORE . . .
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