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  • Apple season is coming soon...

    I figured that this would be a good time to share apple recipes, as the season is just about to start.

    I just cored an apple and stuffed it with cream cheese and chopped up raw bacon and baked it for 50 minutes or so. It got really mushy and burst out of its skin, but was still delicious.

    What do you plan do do with apples this fall?

  • #2
    Mostly just eat them out of hand.

    But also make apple chips: Slice thinly. A mandoline is nice for this and I bet one of those rotating cutters would work too.
    Then dip in diluted lemon juice (not necessary, preserves color)
    Stick in deyhydrator

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    • #3
      Slice into rings, spread with your favorite nut butter, top with dried cranberries (ticks on a toilet seat)

      dice and toss with melted butter, cinnamon, and walnuts and stuff baked acorn squash (makes a great hot breakfast!)

      peel & cut apple into sections, throw down in frying pan with butter or EVCO and cinnamon. Cook until soft.
      --Trish (Bork)
      TROPICAL TRADITIONS REFERRAL # 7625207
      http://pregnantdiabetic.blogspot.com
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      • #4
        I make a primal crumble with apples and spices (usually cinnamon and ginger), maybe some raisins, topped with coconut flour and a bit of chopped pecans mixed with coconut oil or butter to make a crumble topping. Serve warm with cream.

        I also saute them in butter with some coarsely chopped onion and a bit of salt and pepper and serve that hot over pork chops or ham steaks. If they're sweeter apples, I'll add a bit of cider vinegar to up the tartness.

        Also, they're lovely sliced and eaten with a bit of extra old raw milk cheddar.
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        • #5
          I forgot I started this thread until I found some Cortlands in the store the other day. Since I'm bumping it, does anyone else have any apple recipes to add?

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          • #6
            Try this one on for size:
            The Primal Junk Foodie: Apple Pie Crumble
            --Trish (Bork)
            TROPICAL TRADITIONS REFERRAL # 7625207
            http://pregnantdiabetic.blogspot.com
            FOOD PORN BLOG! http://theprimaljunkfoodie.blogspot.com

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            • #7
              They're good baked and topped with cinnamon and cream. Hmmm. How about these:

              Serious Salads: Arugula, Apples and Manchego in Cider Vinaigrette | Serious Eats : Recipes
              Cook the Book: Mustard-Glazed Red Cabbage with Apple | Serious Eats : Recipes

              I also heard on a Robb Wolf podcast about cooking sweet potatoes + apples in the slow cooker. There were other ingredients mentioned, but I can't recall.

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              • #8
                I spice and ferment fresh cider...

                goodby fructose hello ethanol

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
                  Slice into rings, spread with your favorite nut butter, top with dried cranberries (ticks on a toilet seat)

                  dice and toss with melted butter, cinnamon, and walnuts and stuff baked acorn squash (makes a great hot breakfast!)

                  peel & cut apple into sections, throw down in frying pan with butter or EVCO and cinnamon. Cook until soft.
                  Okay that was totallly LAUGH OUT LOUD funny. Ticks on a toilet seat? That is just very clever! Love it! We had only been making the more boring, homely cousin, until now (ants on a log).

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                  • #10
                    1. Pick apple from tree.
                    2. Eat apple.
                    Norak's Primal Journal:
                    2010-07-23: ~255lbs, ~40.0"
                    2011-11-03: ~230lbs, ~35.5"
                    2011-12-07: ~220lbs, ~34.0"

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