From Jonagold to Macintosh, find out which varieties make specific types of apple pie their most delicious.
One whole pie to go, please.
Just another example of how immigrant cultures created what's all-American today.
The apple itself was an immigrant too, one of the earliest to this country. From Kazakhstan in 328 B.C. to Macedonia with Alexander the Great, on to Rome and with the Romans then all the way up North, to England where it got its name.
11. Apple Cranberry Oat Crumble 7. Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Pecans & Maple Syrup 4. Easy Sausage and Herb Stuffing
Its very quick and easy, with just a few basic ingredients which you should have in the cupboard!
Enjoy! Title: Fall Harvest Apple Pie Author: Susan G. Perdy Prep time: 25 mins Cook time: 40 mins Total time: 1 hour 5 mins
Happy International Pi Day to all the math-lovers out there celebrating! And Happy Pie Day to the rest of us who are just using it as an excuse to eat all kinds of pie.
The miracles of the universe are manifested in everything around us. Illumination comes when we pause in gratitude, in stillness, our eyes opening in appreciation for these most wondrous creations, big and little, like babies and apple pie.
Looking for the perfect healthy snack to get your energized throughout the day? Look no further!
The best use of apples, in our opinion.
Party with pie. 🙌
4. Place mini "pies" in oven and broil on low until tops start to brown and crisp up, about 10 minutes. You may need to finish
Since now you're craving something sweet, and it is summer time and all, here are a few of my favorite no-bake desserts.
So, apple pie as the quintessential American product may be an apt metaphor after all -- it was brought here from foreign shores, was influenced by other cultures and immigration patterns, and spread throughout the world by global affairs.
Whether you're making your first apple pie or your 50th, these cute little mini pies are perfect.
Just in case you want to be *that* person.
Anyway, get your Electoral College-est singing voice ready! Quiz widget by How 'Merica are you? Well, put down your apple