[donotprint]A couple weeks ago, we again headed over to Reid’s Orchard and picked up three more different bags of apples: Fuji, Golden Delicious and Winesap. Of course we had to have a taste test after they were dried.
After tasting all three, we agreed that both Fuji and Winesap tasted better than Golden Delicious. However, they are all keepers.
Meanwhile, I’ve made a couple apple crisps. This is another recipe from More with Less Cookbook with just a little tweaking.
This is so easy, quick and good!
This apple crisp was especially good. I used mostly fuji apples.
I also made some almond biscotti for my friend Joy and Marsha’s hubby Tony.
You can find the recipe HERE. The only change I made was to roast the almonds. What a difference that makes!!
That biscotti sure looks good and yes, I would think roasted almonds might taste better, too!
Apple crisp, yum! There’s always room at the table for an apple crisp! I made one last week using some rhubarb too. The last piece of crisp was lifted out of the baking dish only to see a disgusting stink bug had gotten into it under the cover. UGH. So the crisp and the bug took a trip down to the chicken yard and they had a very special evening treat!
Lynn, Stink bug? Yuck! Well, the chickens were lucky that night!
love biscotti! these look great..only I might go for some toasted pecans in there somewhere 😉
Cathy, Yum! pecans! I never use them – not sure why not! Well, guess I need to rethink my biscotti baking this year!
Oh, those biscotti look good! I’ve made some before and I think I will try your recipe this year, the roasted almonds sound really good 🙂