Fri 19 Oct, 2012
Tags: Apples, Benedictine Sisters, Clyde, Compost, Sister Dawn Annette, Sister Jane, Sister Lynn Marie, Sister Sarah
Prepping apples are (from left) Sister Lynn Marie, Sister Sarah, Sister Jane and Sister Dawn Annette.
Our Clyde Sisters recently received several big boxes of apples from a Sisters’s relative.
One night we gathered after supper to help process the apples for apple sauce, crisps and pies. We have this task down pat.
“Peel, core and cut in four” are the directions that most of us know. Set up and washing of the fruit are part of the process as well as collecting the pared fruit for cooking and the cores and peelings that go to the compost bin.
Many hands make light work indeed! Our mouths are already watering for the homemade warm apple sauce and chewy, gooey apple crisp.
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