Here's some handy recipes to help you get through your apple glut this autumn.
How very pretty that looks!
BJ. That's beautiful. It looks to nice to eat.
BJ. The link isn't working. Try again please.
IF YOU COPY THE LINK RB YOU CAN PASTE IT INTO GOOGLE.
DON'T I SOUND LIKE I KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT, EH?
IT TOOK ME A WHILE TO WORK OUT THAT TO SEE THE RECIPES YOU HAVE TO CLICK ON THE LITTLE ORANGE SUBTITLES.
FIRST TIME I HAVE EVER SEEN YORKSHIRE PUD MADE WITH APPLES.
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I looked at a couple, but I was gagging on the amount of sugar or other sweeteners.like honey or maple syrup they contained. I thought I had a fairly sweet tooth, but nothing like Americans it seems!
Made a lovely pear and chocolote frangipane tart at the weekend though - quite a lot of sugar but dark chocolate made it not taste too sweet. Got that recipe off t'internet too
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Thanks Pansy. I would never have been able to do it. Cutting, pasting ?? Haven't a clue. You sure do sound like an expert.
BCDays. I agree, far to sugary for me too. Blahah ! Your tart sounds delish.
I still rely on "Your 100 Best Apple Recipes" originally published by Home and Freezer Digest. I just looked at my well-thumbed booklet, to find that it was first published in 1981!
Doubtless it is unavailable generally, but you may find it popping up in a charity shop or a jumble sale - in which case, snap it up instantly! All the recipes are tried and trusted from the then-readers of the H & F monthly magazine, sadly now defunct. Oh, and the sainted Mary Berry was a regular contributor to the monthly magazine.