five ways with … a ton of apples

October 17, 2013 at 9:05 pm 3 comments

In honour of World Apple Day on 21st October I thought it was high time I did an apple round up (a bit of a cheat I know but needs must when blogging time is tight!). So here are a few of my favourite recipes if you find yourself with an apple or ten knocking about (see original post for recipe information)

brie baked apples

.apple and berry cordials

apple herb jellies
17-9-10 - mint jelly on spoon 4B

mock goose (potato) bake
Mock goose served

curried apple and carrot chutney
The Folk Museum in Gloucester will be hosting their fabulous National Apple Day
on Saturday 26th October from 10am – 4pm. Perhaps we’ll see you there?

ps. this is my new favourite apple dessert but I haven’t posted about it yet so it’s a bonus 6th option (or at the very least a note to self to get it written up before the blog link that inspired it is lost, the pictures eventually remembered and the recipe cobbled together like the Mock Goose!)29-9-13 - sour apple pie - served up with ice cream 4B

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Deena Kakaya  |  October 17, 2013 at 9:15 pm

    Phenomenal post, I love this one..big well done to you, seasonal, comforting, scrumptious..awesome pics…wow. I especially love the pic of Brie baked apples, I’ve never tried it in the way you show but I absolutely want to now! X

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    • 2. Nip it in the bud  |  October 29, 2013 at 11:22 pm

      thanks Deena, they won’t disappoint and are so quick to make. Like you say so comforting at this time of year and no shortage of apples to use up. I’m going to be making the apple and carrot chutney tomorrow with my glut of apples – a lovely sweet spicy company to curry on a cold autumnal day

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  • 3. a forager’s paradise | Nip it in the bud  |  September 13, 2016 at 11:30 am

    […] Apples: 5 ways with..a ton of apples (brie baked, cordials, herb jellies, mock goose bake, chutney) […]

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