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  • Writer's pictureDebbie Marsh

Apple Celebration Week

๐Ÿ๐ŸŽ Let's Wrap Up Our Apple Celebration Week! ๐Ÿ๐ŸŽ

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Hey there, folks! It's been a fantastic week of apple appreciation, and I'm here to close it out on a high note. Did you know that October 21st is National Apple Day, a day dedicated to celebrating this wonderful fruit? Apples have been part of human history for ages, possibly since 6500 BC when people first started growing them. And guess what? Apples are one of my all-time favorite fruits, no matter the season. They're so versatile that you can enjoy them in spring, summer, winter, and fall, thanks to the diverse array of apple varieties.


๐ŸŒฑ Spring: In spring, we welcome apples like Fuji and Gala. These are perfect for snacking or tossing into fresh salads. Want a tasty idea? Try a Waldorf salad with apples, celery, walnuts, and a simple vegan yogurt dressing.


โ˜€๏ธ Summer: When the sun's blazing, Pink Lady and Honeycrisp apples come into their own. They're great for making applesauce, throwing into smoothies, or even grilling for something different. How about whipping up an apple and cinnamon smoothie bowl to beat the summer heat?


๐Ÿ‚ Fall: Ah, the season of cozy sweaters and apple picking! This is when apples like Granny Smith, Jonagold, and McIntosh shine. Perfect for baking into pies, crisps, and muffins. How about trying your hand at a homemade vegan apple pie, spiced up with a dash of cinnamon?


โ„๏ธ Winter: As winter rolls around, stock up on Red Delicious and Braeburn apples. Slice 'em up for a comforting apple tart or toss them into hearty soups and stews to add a touch of natural sweetness. Try out a warm bowl of apple and butternut squash soup for those chilly winter nights.


But don't think our apple celebration stops here! As we step into October, November, and December, there's still more apple deliciousness to explore. From caramel apples for Halloween to apple stuffing on Thanksgiving and warm cider recipes for winter, apples keep us company all year round.


So, whether you're enjoying a crisp apple on a sunny September day or gearing up for National Apple Day on October 21st, keep in mind that apples are a year-round treat. Stay tuned for more apple-inspired recipes and ideas as we continue to celebrate this timeless and versatile fruit. ๐Ÿ๐ŸŽโœจ


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