Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Two easy ways to can apples: Apple pie filling and Apple Sauce.
Inspired by a Serious Eats recipe for Maple Cranberry Applesauce, Three of my favorite fall flavors come together in this sweet sauce.
A step-by-step photo tutorial on making apple sauce - no food mill or peeler needed!
It's just a few short steps from applesauce to this caramel jam, fancied up with a little rum, vanilla bean, and sea salt.
Heirloom New England apples make a lovely roasted applesauce
There's no better way to start canning than applesauce. Quick, easy, delicious... And you're welcome to download my hand-painted label for your jars, too.
Load up the crock with all those apples you just picked and let the slow cooker work its magic.
Laying a solid foundation for our children's future doesn't have to be complicated. Let's start with applesauce.
Turn your applesauce into awesomesauce by adding maple syrup and Madagascar vanilla!
I love the smell of roasting apples, intensifying and softening into a lovely sauce . . .