If you’re into baking, tasting and cooking with one of fall’s most delectable treasures – apples, than hands down, Liberty takes the prize. This disease resistant apple is not only crunchy and sweet but it makes some of the best baked apple goods. Although this crunch master has been around for a while, it’s a quick Tuesday tidbit for those who still think Macs or any other variety takes its place. So look for Liberty at your local apple haunt. Pick up some seconds and get cooking. As Will Rogers reminds us, "I tell you, all politics is apple sauce." Which, by the way, is a great way to use Liberty, too; making apple sauce, that is. Can it for the winter months; apple sauce goes great with a roasted dinner accompanied by fresh potatoes stored in a cool, dark area from the summer garden.
Top Image of Liberty Apples by Ann Bilowz
Bottom Image of a recently made, half-eaten Liberty Apple Pie and freshly canned Liberty Apple Sauce by Ann Bilowz
Thanks to Clearview Farms in Sterling for the tasty fall treats!
Great apple cider and warm cider donuts, too!
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