101 Things to Do With Apples

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Gibbs Smith, Sep 1, 2012 - Cooking - 128 pages
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Often referred to as the "Forbidden Fruit," they can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, juiced, sauced, baked, jammed, or stuffed. With recipes like Pecan-Apple Muffins, Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley, Rustic Apple Tart, Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches and Apple Almond Cheesecake, there are 101 sweet and savory solutions for dinner and dessert.

 

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Contents

Helpful Hints
9
Salads and Sandwiches
11
Soups and Stews
33
Meats and Poultry
45
Savory Main Dishes and Sides
55
Pies and Pastries
73
Cakes Cobblers and Breads
87
Other Desserts
105
Refrigerator Condiments and Preserves
115
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About the author (2012)

Madge Baird is a seasoned cookbook editor who has taught soup classes in her community for many years and is the author of 101 Things To Do With Rotisserie Chicken. She is the owner of Farmgirl Produce, a small farm and farmers market business in her hometown of Clinton, Utah.

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