French Apple Tart

Organic (Roasted) Applesauce

Simple to make; fresh, sweet, healthy and satisfying...roasted apples, a bit of honey and cinnamon; 50/50 chunky and smooth!http://www.italiangirlcooks.com/organic-applesauce/ ...more

Mountain Dew Apple Dumplings

  You know when you have that list of ingredients for a dish and there's that ONE ingredient that just does not seem to fit it?  You know, "one of these things is not like the other".  This is definitely one of those recipes.  We recently visited our local apple orchard and came home with an entire bag of amazing apples....more

Falls Edible Treats

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snickerdoodle apple cobbler

3 words.. Snickerdoodle Apple Cobbler.Warm apples, cinnamon, sugar, cookie topping, ice cream (if you wish).Could you ask for more??Here is what you need:3-4 Apples3/4 Cup Brown Sugar1 tsp Vanilla1 tsp CinnamonToppping:1 Package Pillsbury Sugar Cookie Mix2 tsp sugar1 tsp cinnamonnow watch & learn & laughhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaWx3OObKhQ...more

Tangy Red Tomato Chutney

I'm not that daft, I know that tomatoes are supposed to be red!  The reason why I have been specific in the title is to differentiate them from green tomatoes which are often used to make chutney - so I am not as green as I am cabbage looking.  Anyway, enough of that.  I am a chutney/relish/pickle addict.  I just can't have a sandwich without a wee something to perk it up.  This recipe is based on a classic from the great Marguerite Patten.  It is really simple to make and gives a classic chutney flavour....more

Apple and Strawberry Delight

Today I am sharing a recipe in which I have combined apples and strawberries together, and then added a bit of cinnamon powder to it. It turned out to be a comforting meal for my daughter. Red juicy apples and fresh strawberries, is a wonderful and nutritious combination that can be served to babies. ...more

FIRST APPLES OF THE SEASON pink and green original oil painting Margaret Aycock

I took my new puppy over to the community garden and found some apples on the ground.  I wasn't quite sure whether the apples on the tree were quite ripe yet but the one's on the ground were fair game for using in a painting and then eating so here is a little study that I did of them.  I could have taken them a step further but I liked the lose feel of this little study so I think I will mark it finished and pop it on ebay. To visit my painting blog CLICK HERE...more