...APPLES! It's Officially Fall and that means, well, you know.
We have APPLES! Lots of Apples - local tart & juicy Paula Reds, sweet & a little tart Cortlands, sweet & juicy Macs, super Crisp Honeycrisp and Gravensteins - still one of the best eating apples and a preferred cooking apple in Nova Scotia - the flesh is firm, crisp and juicy.
Need some ideas for including Apples in your baking and cooking? Crosby's Molasses just released a brand new eBook with
14 Apple Recipes for Fall - Cakes, Crisps, Muffins and more.
We get asked about Squash varieties all the time so we have this handy guide, as we head into Squash season. Here, we've identified
Spaghetti, Buttercup, Butternut, Ambercup and
Delicata Squash. (there'll be a test later)
Squash is a great addition to fall meals and you can substitute one type of squash for another making it
Store thick-skinned squash in a cool, dark place and it will last for a month or more. The thin-skinned squash varieties will keep in the fridge for up to five days.