changes in September, doesn't it?
is one long goodbye to summer: one last barbeque, one
last jump in the pool, one last corn on the cob, lobster
and key lime pie dinner. Because
the leaves are starting to change and it's getting cold.
is the end of something, but it's the start of something else.
the Jewish calendar, September marks the beginning of the new
year. It's celebrated by dipping apples
in honey. Theapple symbolizes the
roundness of the earth and the continuity of life, and the honey
adds a little sweetness.
order to wish you a sweet and happy new year, cmbsweets
has taken those apples and honey
out for a little spin. We've gone into the archives and dug up
bubbe's ancient apple butter recipe.
We’ve gathered up some gravensteins and granny smiths and
fujis and galas and jonagolds from Sonoma County and mixed them
all with a little bit of honey and spice.
result? A smooth apple-honey butter that’s
like little apple pie for your morning toast. Or lunch, if you
dream of things like ciabatta and black forest ham.
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