BY Katie Fustich
in Eat Me
on Oct 21, 2013
Forget all that pumpkin spice crap, apples will forever be the queen of fall flavors. We've compiled the best apple recipes that are small on time and effort, but huge on deliciousness. So get your chop/cook/simmer on!
Applesauce is glorious on its own, but I suggest you make a huge batch and use it in all of your fall cooking! As a glaze, a dip, a batter--I'm not kidding, applesauce is the Master of Disguise of the food world.
There's also this great slow-cooker version!
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BY BUST Magazine
in Eat Me
on Sep 26, 2012
With bacon jam appearing on restaurant menus and artisan pickles piled high at farmer’s markets, it’s clear that canning has made a comeback. It’s a great way to enjoy your favorite fresh produce all year long; it’ll stay shelf-stable and botulism-free, as long as you follow the directions carefully. If you’ve wanted to try “putting up”—the old-timey term for preserving at home—but didn’t know where to start, kick things off with water-bath canning; it works for foods with a high acidity level, like tomatoes and fruits. Read More