Sadly the applesauce did not last long enough to get a picture taken, but I assure you it was delicious. If you're interested I followed this man's recipe pretty closely and it paid some tasty dividends. The only change I made was to sub water for cider because I was to cheap/poor/lazy to buy it.
Moving on, Apple Bars. They are way better than apple pie. Twice as tasty, 10 times more portable, and maybe a little easier to make. I managed to take a decent photo, so the recipe is included.
Apple butter is a concotion that I had heard a lot about, but had never actually had the opportunity to taste. Let me just say: Do believe the hype. It is really worth peeling and chopping the apples for what seems like an eternity.
Last but not least, Chicken Normandy. If you read my post (Red Red Wine) you would know I have an affinity for cooking with le booze. Chicken Normandy meets this requirement. Picture it: Succulent fried chicken legs braised to perfection in a hard cider cream sauce. Drool worthy, no? That's enough words, here are the pictures.
this recipe, with a substitution of alspice instead of cloves. There are a lot of apple butter recipes floating around on foodgawker at the moment, but this one appealed to me because it uses honey instead of sugar.
Sadly this photo turned out to be the ugly stepchild of my apple pictures collection. Do not let the image deceive! This recipe is fantastic. I followed it to a T.
This brings us to the end of my apple shenanigans, tune in tomorrow for another enthralling edition of WIAW.