I am pleased to introduce a new series on our blog written by my brother, Caleb Rhyason, called The Sober Apple!
209 Ways to Prepare an Apple
Recently, I came across a historic advertisement from the Edmonton Journal in 1914 about cooking with Canadian apples. The advertisement reads:
Children just can’t eat too many apples. The tang and crisp flavor of our ruddy-cheeked Canadian apple tempts youngsters to what might seem like excess. But ripe apples are good for them in almost any quantity.
Give them baked apples for breakfast, apple tarts at luncheon, apple sauce at supper and put a big red apple in their lunchbasket – always.
Remember, too, that adults are just children “grown up” and that Canadian apples are the most economical and healthful fruit there is.
There are two hundred and nine delicious ways to prepare this favourite fruit.”
I was inspired to find at least 209 apple recipes for our blog so I asked Caleb if he would be interested in taking on this project. [Read more…] about Introducing: ‘The Sober Apple’ Recipes