Top this warm apple pudding with milk or ice cream.
Beat cream cheese, brown sugar and vanilla. Fold in topping; add apples and pecans. Serve chilled. Submitted by Mary Alice Schacherbauer, Plain City
Melt butter in large, heavy-bottomed skillet over medium-high heat. Add sugar. Stir rapidly until mixture is golden brown (1 to 2 minutes). Stir in cinnamon sugar. Remove pan from heat; add milk. Return to heat, stirring until hardened sugar dissolves…
Divide dough in half to make two rings, and roll out each to a 14×7 size. Brush with melted margarine. Combine chopped apples, sugar, pecans and cinnamon. Divide mixture in half and sprinkle over each piece of dough. Roll up…
The next time you hear the phrase “processed food” used as a criticism of our modern food culture, think about Bob Bowers, Jr. and his third generation cider mill in Hocking County. For Bowers, ultraviolet light processing of apple cider…
This spin on the classic mimosa is a perfectly refreshing way to begin a morning brunch and especially local when you use Watershed Distillery’s Gin from Columbus.
This is a lovely and simple fall drink and the perfect companion to fried cakes or powdered donuts. The rosemary gently scents the cider without taking over. You can substitute hard cider for the sweet after the kids go to bed.
You could make a meal out of this, but it’s so much nicer to share with friends. The little apple cubes soak up the flavors of the sausage and hard cider. Offer thick, crusty bread to sop up the juices. You can find mild and spicy versions of Spanish chorizo, a smoked firm sausage, at import stores.
Northern Ohio climate helps Sage family orchard take root
Apples from Rittman Orchards and all across Ohio begin coming on from mid-summer through late fall presenting many opportunities to make this salad. Be sure to mix the flavors, textures and colors of the apples to balance the look and taste.