It's Apple Season!

Fall is when apples are harvested. Although in many places, you can get them year round, this is when they're at their freshest. Sliced and dipped in honey, they're a fixture on the table at Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, an autumn holiday. They're an essential ingredient in many fall pies and cakes. They're great in savory dishes too. Here are stories about this storied fruit and what to do with it.

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It's Apple Season!


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    Apple Recipes for a Sweet New Year

    Apple Recipes for a Sweet New Year

    The perfect fall fruit: Bake it in a cake, a challah, a tart--or just dip it in honey Apples ripen in fall, which is when we celebrate Rosh Hashanah, …

    23 Sweet and Savory Apple Recipes for Fall

    23 Sweet and Savory Apple Recipes for Fall

    Fall is peak apple season, and if you find yourself with a large quantity, we have plenty of ways you can use them. Try Granny Smith apples in a skillet apple-ginger crisp for dessert, whip up a baked bourbon-apple butter (using Braeburn or Fuji) to spread on biscuits or toast, and use Honeycrisp …

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