Wednesday, September 25, 2013

A is for Apple and Autumn

A is definitely in my mind for Apples and Autumn.
It must be in other minds also, as these apples were found
at a recent venture to the antique mall.
Love it when nature is shared with beautiful pieces of delight.
Yes, P is for Pumpkin too and on another day there will be Pumpkins to delight;
but for today A is for Apple and Autumn.

What apple do you love to munch this time of year?

In August I munch Gravenstein's, which also make wonderful pies and sauce.
Now I am munching Honey Crisp. Oh Yummmmmmm!


Pat said...

Lovely photos...Honeycrisps are my new favorite type of apple.

Relyn Lawson said...

Mmmmm.... I can almost taste the cider.

La Tea Dah said...

I am Fuji apple all the way! The bins are all set out along the road by our house. The picking will begin very soon. It's such a happy time! I love the voices of the pickers as they harvest and hearing the songs they sing as they work.

Ms Lemon of Make Mine Lemon said...

I am in an apple mood. Lovely post.

Madonna/aka/Ms. Lemon

Tessa said...

What a delightful and seasonal way, to display their wares. :-)

Around here, Macintosh apples are always used, for Apple Pies. So those are the ones I'm most familiar with.

For juicing, I'd probably pick another variety.

We had Baked Apples for dessert, on the weekend. :-)


Cathy said...

Were those pictures taken at Stars? I'm in the mood to rummage through a good antique store. I'm with you, Marilyn. Gravensteins and Honey Crisps are the best apples.

Mary said...

Bob flew back from NH with a bag of great Macintosh apples right from the orchard he visited - now I need to do something with them before we leave next Wed. I can only eat cooked apples so will be busy!!

Hugs - Mary

somepinkflowers said...

{{ could you just send
that little green table,
that one
On Top Of The Big Green One ??

just fold it up
put it in an envelope
mail it
to moi ...

little tables
are like little T~cups ...
one should have Plenty of Both }}

Rosemary said...

A is for Apple and Autumn.. just this week I acquired a box of local organic apples now residing on my counter, a small jug of apple cider in the fridge, and a jar of unsweetened applesauce in my cupboard - it must be autumn!