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The title of this story might seem a bit strange. After all, aren’t the best apples to eat out of hand whatever ones you like the most? While that’s true, if you’re looking to branch out of your regular rotation of apples, here’s a list of other delicious varieties you can try. #apples #applelovers #bestapples #appleseason #applerecips
Cucumber's crunch is irresistible, and when served cold they’re downright refreshing. They make for such beautiful summer salads, whether paired with lettuce, watermelon, cantaloupe, herbs, whole grains, or tomatoes and onions. And they’re wonderful as is, simply sliced and sprinkled with a little flaky salt — one of my easy, go-to, family-friendly summer sides on busy weeknights. #cucumber #cucumbers #storagehacks #storagegtips #kitchentips #cookingtips
Cutting an apple is a simple kitchen skill that you can master with just a couple of tools. Even if you typically snack on these wholesome fruits out of hand, it’s a good idea to know how to cut an apple. After all, some of our favorite fall desserts — like apple pie and apple crisp — call for slices of apple. #cuttinganapple #cuttingapples #apples #slicingapples #apple #kitchentips #cookingtips
That crispy, crunchy texture and smoky flavor can liven up breakfast plates and add an extra oomph to salads and sandwiches. Which is precisely why it’s time to up the ante on your next batch of bacon with the help of a few rich, sweet, spicy, and savory upgrades. #bacon #seasonedbacon #baconlovers #spices #baconrecipes
The challenge with cherry pie is finding the correct ratio of filling thickness to dough and of sweetness to tartness. Because cherries have such a fleeting season, knowing how and when to use fresh versus frozen (or canned) leads to an onslaught of variables. #cherrypierecipe #cherrypierecipes #showdown #cherryflavored #cherryrecipes