Monday, October 20, 2008

40 Pounds of Apples Later...


This handy gadget is sooo wonderful. Sweetheart bought it for me when I was about 1/3 of the way through the apples. It sure made the rest go faster!

I made spiced apple slices, spiced apple butter, spiced and plain applesauce, dried apples, and an apple crisp. Today I ordered two more boxes of apples from the farm for later this week. Even though the canning is a lot of work, I sure do like the results!

8 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Yum Kimberly.
I am cooking baked apples for supper tonight.
Hugs,
Elizabeth

Joanne (The Simple Wife) said...

That's the same corer/slicer/peeler thingy I have! Don't you just love it?!

Adrienne said...

Hi Kimberly -
I bought one of those when they first came out many years ago - when my now-grown kids were little. Once I used it I wouldn't go any other route with apples and applesauce. I was spoiled for life!
~Adrienne~

Jodi said...

Mmmm, Yummy ~ Lots of apple-y goodness! :o)

By the way - I greatly enjoyed your Bagel tutorial. I was especially taken with your helpers! ;o)

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

I borrowed one of those from a friend a few weeks ago after I was given three huge bags of apples. Be careful...I sliced my finger on it! I loved how quickly I was able to process those apples though! I put it on my wish list!

Brenna said...

Kim- I know nothing about canning apples. Is a step-by-step too much to ask? Bren

Bernideen said...

BE SURE AND SEE MY SUNDAY POST FOR CRANBERRY BAKED APPLES! Not that you don'g have plenty of your own recipes............

Bernideen said...

BE SURE AND SEE MY SUNDAY POST FOR CRANBERRY BAKED APPLES! Not that you don'g have plenty of your own recipes............

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