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Bushels of Fun with Apples {Call for Recipes}


The beginning of September means one thing for my family: apple picking! It's a family tradition...though we don't always go to the same orchard every year.

Each year I stare at the bounty - juicy delicious orbs in all shades of red and green - and try to decide what to make. Apple Butter is a must. The boys love Apple Hand Pies. I've made an Apple Tart with Plum Glaze, Spiced Apple Chutney, and even stuffed a pork tenderloin with apples when we made Fyldt Svinem Rbrad.

But I've decided to open it up for suggestions, this year, and ask all of my foodie blogger friends for some suggestions.

I'll keep the link open till September 6th and post a round-up that weekend. Feel free to link up to five recipes.

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  1. I don't like cooked apples unless they are in applesauce, so apparently I haven't posted any apple recipes on my site! I am linking one guest post I did and a few other recipes I've made (for others) that have been a hit!

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  2. I love apples - to eat and to bake and I've linked up a few of my favourite apple recipes. Can't wait to see what everyone else has linked up! Thanks for hosting.

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  3. I've entered a few apple recipes but really can't wait to check out the rest of the list. What a timely topic, thank you for hosting.

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  4. Thanks so much for the invite, Camilla. Apple season is my favorite...I am so excited for it to come. I linked up my max ;).

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  5. thanks for the linky, we just went apple picking this week.

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