Apples

New York Times Throws Shade At Minnesota's Beloved Honeycrisp AppleThe New York Times is once again taking aim at Minnesota cuisine, this time attacking the beloved Honeycrisp apple.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsAlthough we've been enjoying our beautiful fall, some say the best season is just ahead of us: Ski season! We still have awhile before we can hit the slopes, but this weekend you can get in the spirit by checking out one of the events in this week's Working for the Weekend.
After Devastating Storm, Watertown Orchard Remains ResilientMinnesota apple orchards are reaping the benefits of a bumper crop this season, yet one grower in Watertown won't see the full harvest.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Apple Salad RecipesIt's apple season but it's not always all about pie or applesauce is it? How about salad! Here are Dara's Top 5 Apple Salad Recipes.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Apple Salad RecipesIt's apple season but it's not always all about pie or applesauce is it? How about salad! Here are Dara's Top 5 Apple Salad Recipes.
Wander Minnesota: MEA BreakIt seems like school just began, but it’s already almost time for MEA. The MEA break will be Oct. 15 and 16. Here are a few ideas for keeping your kids entertained during the long weekend.
Good Questions: Chef's Hats, Apples, The Speaker Of The House Every Friday, we tackle a bunch of viewers’ burning questions. This week, Heather Brown explores chefs hats, apples and the speaker of the house.
Minneapolis' 'Urban Orchard' Lets Folks Pick Unique Apples For FreeBe it SweeTango or Honeycrisp, certain apples make their way into every Minnesota orchard. But Sheila Mitchell also wanted something different. "I came from an apple background. I had a big orchard down in Jordan, Minnesota," Mitchell said. She already had the unusual setting, in the heart of Minneapolis, just feet from Lake of the isles. It is called "Urban Orchard."
Cooking With WCCO: Cranberry And Maple Baked ApplesMinnesota apple orchards are seeing bumper crops this fall, so it's a great time to use them in your recipes. This week, WCCO spent some time in the Cambria Kitchen with Whole Foods chef Ani Loizzo.
4 Things To Know: Pope Visit, Lynx Playoff Tickets & MoreFrom the Pope's visit to the U.S. to what fruit kids prefer the most, here are the four stories to know for Monday, Sept. 21.
Farmers Predict Bumper Crop For Apples This YearAfter a couple of tough years it looks like orchards are finally getting a break! Farmers are predicting a bumper crop this year. In fact, some apples have already arrived early.
New Twisted Trees Produce Apples On Their OwnThere's a new concept in apple trees that's starting to take off: trees that produce two different kinds of apples like Honey Crisp and McIntosh. The trees are called Apple Twist, and are grown at a farm in Wisconsin. But you can now find them at places like Leitner's Garden Center in St. Paul.

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