Sunday, May 24, 2009

Honey Crisp Apples

I had heard of Honeycrisp apples before, they've been around since the '90s, though it's not very available in my usual supermarket haunts, but it was Michael Smith on the Food Network that made me intrigued to try them (he having raved about them on one of his Chef at Home episodes). Really, they are tasty, a good eating apple, but also good for baking. This is an American cultivar, from Minnesota, that is grown in Nova Scotia in Canada as well. These particular Honeycrisp apples came from France, where they are called Honeycrunch.

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