Apples (Paperback)

50 Tried and True Recipes

By Julia Rutland

Adventure Publications, 9781591939078, 140pp.

Publication Date: September 8, 2020

List Price: 16.95*
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Description

The Cookbook That Celebrates the Crisp, Colorful, Healthy Fruit

Easy to grow, abundant, and delicious, the apple is America's favorite fruit. It has a slightly sour and bitter taste that's overpowered by juicy sweetness--and it is enjoyed daily in homes across the country. Apples is a cookbook by Julia Rutland that features 50 easy recipes geared for busy cooks who enjoy great flavor. The author is a professional writer, recipe developer, recipe tester, food stylist, and television/media demonstrator, so you can be certain that every recipe is a crowd-pleaser From drinks and salads to breads, main dishes, and, of course, dessert, the options presented here will become instant family favorites. The book's full-color photography adds to the enjoyment of cooking. Plus, growing tips and the fruit's fascinating history make Apples even more useful. And when your backyard is filled with more than you can eat, you'll find simple and delicious ways to preserve those fresh bounties.

People love apples because the flavor connects them to loved ones and special memories. It reminds them of climbing trees, family picnics, and Grandma's homemade pie. Add Apples to your cookbook collection, and savor this wonderful variety of delicious dishes.



About the Author

Julia Rutland is a Washington, D.C.-area food writer and recipe developer whose work appears regularly in publications and websites such as Weight Watchers books, Southern Living magazine, Coastal Living magazine, Myfitnesspal.com, and more. She is the coauthor of Discover Dinnertime and a contributor to many other cookbooks and websites. Julia has visited all 50 states and camped with her family in most of them, sleeping in tents, campers, or occasionally just under the stars. Her kitchen gear takes up more space than the tent or other camping supplies because she feels that cooking outside is more fun than hiking. Julia lives in Purcellville, Virginia, with her husband, two daughters, a cat, a couple of dogs, too many chickens, and whatever animals decide to adopt them.