Saturday, November 17, 2007

Applesauce Day

I have been making applesauce lately. I buy a tote of Macintosh apples at the farm stand or grocery, it’s best when they are from a nearby orchard. I wash, cut and peel them. Slice them up and add a little water at the bottom of the stock pot. I cook them on medium and then ever lower heat, stirring occasionally, making sure they don’t scorch or boil over. This smells fantastic! I cook them until the apples are so soft I can mash them. You can add cinnamon and eat some warm on a cool fall evening. Refrigerate the rest. Spoon over morning waffles.


  1. Great recipe, great photos. Good Applesauce!!

    Love, Mom

  2. those waffles with applesauce just looks too darn good!

    I'm going to have to try it...

  3. omg, you took action photos of your applesauce. i love you. :-D :-D