How to Pick the Perfect Apple
A lot of people see September and October as bad months for fruits and vegetables. After all, the weather gets colder and there's less sunshine, right? Wrong. Well, sort of. Fall is actually a great time for apples, particularly when it comes to cooking them into some of your favorite dishes and desserts.
This year, take a bite out of an apple in its purest form, make a traditional apple pie or cobbler or try something new and add an apple slaw to your Thanksgiving dinner. The possibilities are limitless, and we are here to help you choose the right apples for cooking.
You're going to want an apple with a solid structure and a lot of flavor when it comes to making your holiday meals, so watch the video above to learn whether you want red apples or green apples and other important information.
Granny Smith or McIntosh? Which apple will work better in your muffin recipe? Watch the video to find out.
For more apple recipes, check out An Apple Recipe a Day.