“Surely the apple is the noblest of fruits.” — Henry David Thoreau, Wild Apples
Apples, apples, apples. Truth? I have to seriously be in the mood to just go pick up an apple and eat it. I do like apples, though. It’s just that they end up sitting around on my counter for weeks. Saturday morning I peeled, cored, and sliced the huge variety I had and made Freezer Apple Pie Filling (hint, I just combined ingredients and froze – it worked for me).
Here are the recipes participants have been sharing over on the Facebook page:
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Have you ever participated in a food swap? This idea is something I first came across on the Bountiful Baskets Facebook Page. Someone had mentioned starting one up in Texas, and it got me a bit curious, so I started googling “Food Swap“. It turns out that food swapping is something we’ve probably all been doing all along, just in a more formal setting. The basic premise is that you bring your homemade, home-grown, or foraged food, and swap it for other people’s homemade, home-grown, or foraged food.
It sounded like fun.
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Our Facebook page is a constant source of inspiration! People shared their favorite Apple ideas today. Take a look!
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Heather Bransom Walker shared this great sounding recipe on the Bountiful Baskets Recipes board:
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