Covering its creamy porcelain flesh is a smooth, chewy, waxy skin, hiding what many say is its excellent flavor.
She writes, “I’m still looking for the words to “Sippin’ cider through a straw.” (we found them online at Sippin’ Cider, reprinted below.) Mather’s apple crisp recipe is a family favorite passed down from Edith Crosby, her grandmother. Judy Mather’s Apple Crisp Apples — pare (optional), core and slice thin Mc Intosh, Cortland, and Golden Delicious (or a mix ). Bake at 350° until top is a light “nut” brown and crunchy and apples are done — approximately 20-30 minutes.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.The photos, incidentally, are among more than 100 pictured on the New England Apple Association website. We’d love to hear from you about this fascinating fruit: your favorite or hard-to-find varieties; recipes, new and handed down; horticulture; photographs and artwork.Most of the images are original photographs by Bar Lois Weeks. We’re still adding more and updating some of the descriptions. You can post your comments below or email them to [email protected]