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Crab apple

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Kew-trained garden writer, blogger and photographer Graham Rice shares his recommendations for picking the perfect crab apple tree from blossom to foliage; fruit and flavour.

Kew-trained garden writer, blogger and photographer Graham Rice shares his recommendations for picking the perfect crab apple tree from blossom to foliage; fruit and flavour.

Crab Apple Liqueur, hmmmm, I have tons of crab apples, just found another use :)

Several years ago, a good friend gave me a bottle of her father's crab apple liqueur for Christmas. I loved it! When we moved into the new house, there were two trees that, in the spring flowered and smelled amazing... one was a May Day tree and the other, you guessed -- a crab apple tree. I spent all fall researching exactly what to do with the little crab apples. I had to do something! They were so beautiful! One lovely fall day, I cajoled K into pulling out the ladder and helping me…

It's a question as old as time: can you eat crabapples? Learn the answer, along with exactly what crabapples are and how to use them.

It's a question as old as time: can you eat crabapples? Learn the answer, along with exactly what crabapples are and how to use them.

10 Dicas para fazer Comidas Divertidas para Decorar a Festa

Olha que legal! Trouxemos uma seleção especial com comidas divertidas para decorar a festa. São ideias lindas para você decorar sua festinha com muito primor e fazer com que todos os seus convidados fiquem babando com as ideias criativas com comidas.

Serve with ice cream and this apple tart will be a crowd pleaser.

12 ingredients

Ingredients
  • 6 crab apples
  • 6 small pats of butter
  • 6 slices white bread
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon sugar
  • 3 ounces sour cream
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1 egg
  • 2 1/2 tablespoon sugar
  • Cinnamon
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Cinnamon
  • Mint
Easy Crab Apple Cider | A Magical Childhood

We came home with two bags of crab apples from a friend’s tree last week and I got busy trying to find good recipes to use them up. I tried a crab apple bread but it just tasted so-so t…

crab apple cider  Another recipe: 1 ice cream pail of apples 5 qt. water 8 tsp. cream of tartar  Bring water to a boil. Add the cream of tartar, pour over apples. Cover; let stand 36 hours. Strain add 1 cup sugar to 10 cups juice. Seal in hot sterilized jars. also: http://www.uaf.edu/files/ces/publications-db/catalog/hec/FNH-00109.pdf

I had a major craving for apple cider last week. I was getting up my nerve to part with so many apples (just to make a 1/2 gallon drink) when I remembered the stash of crab apples that I had tucked away in the fridge from our recent urban foraging expedition. I was planning on …

The September arrival of our beautiful baby daughter prompted my wife and I to plant a tree to commemorate her entry into the world. Of course, such an auspicious occasion has demanded a particularly special tree; one that looks good year-round, attracts wildlife into the neighborhood and is able to offer some fruits that can be put to use in the kitchen. The decision was immediate – it had to be a crab apple.

The arrival of our beautiful baby daughter prompted my wife and I to plant a tree to commemorate her entry into the world. Such an auspicious occasion demanded a particularly special tree. The decision was immediate - it had to be a crab apple...

spiced crab apples  2 pounds crab apples (do not use bruised fruit and if crab apples are not available you can substitute another variety but you will have to chop and core them)  2 1/4 cups cider or wine vinegar  1 small cinnamon stick  9 cloves  1 scant tsp allspice  3 cups warmed sugar (just heat it slightly in the microwave before adding…this prevents the liquid from cooling)

This is a spicy pickle and a great recipe to use when you have a glut of crab apples…like we had this year. There is relatively no prep work other than pricking and washing the apples and th…