I am an apple picker.
I have a penchant for making applesauce.
It’s an easy thing to do, a joy to make.
But sometimes I can’t decide which fruit is best to serve with my bowl of apple salad.
It is not always the same fruit.
The applesauces I like best, though, are those with an apple flavor.
I find them sweet, and their crispness adds depth and character to the dish.
I prefer a pear, apple, and pear salad.
The pear and apple varieties are also easier to make, but I find they don’t taste as good.
So I will take a different approach.
I want a bowl that will satisfy both of my needs, but it’s not just one bowl.
I am also a fan of salads that are light, fresh, and full of fresh ingredients.
This is where the bowls come in.
When you buy a bowl, you are buying an ingredient, not just a bowl.
You are buying the flavor of the fruit.
These bowls are made from a variety of ingredients that make up the apple, pear, pear salad, and applesauced salad.
For those who enjoy salads, I also offer recipes for a few of the popular apple, plum, peach, and plum salad dishes.
These include a simple apple and pear, and a simple plum and pear.
I also have a recipe for an apple salad bowl, a lemon and pear bowl, and an apple and plum bowl.
There are a few other dishes you can make, too.
These are just a few ideas I have come up with to make bowls for myself, as well as to make for the table at home.
I hope you enjoy making apple, apple-apple, pear and pear bowls.
I encourage you to try these bowls as well, and if you find they work for you, I am happy to share them with you.
You can purchase the bowls from The American Cookbook.
To order a copy of The American Cicerone, visit the publisher’s website.
You will also find an easy-to-use digital copy of this book.