Apples

Apples always remind us of fall, whether it’s the smell of a homemade pie or a trip to the orchard to pick our own. But because there are so many varieties, it’s generally easy to find quality apples any time of year. We love to add them to salads, sauces, sandwiches and pancakes for a hint of crunchy sweetness. These spicy salmon tacos are one of our favorites for any season—the chipotle-rubbed fish is topped with creamy avocado and apple-cucumber salsa, tempering the taco’s spiciness. If you’re craving the taste of fall that’s so synonymous with apples, this skillet-baked crisp is perfect. Chef James Boyce uses apples and pears mixed with cinnamon, cardamom and honey to bring out that autumnal flavor. Whether you’re looking for a classic dessert or need advice for eating apples year round, F&W’s guide has you covered.

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Food & Wine: 30 Days of Apple Recipes
30 Days of Apple Recipes
Granny Smith, Fuji, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Gala, Golden Delicious—there are so many varieties of apples we can't wait to get our hands on this fall. Part of the magic of apple season is getting to pick your own at the orchard, bringing home basketfuls of fresh, crisp fruit. But even if picking apples isn’t your thing, they’re still everywhere you turn. It’s easy to take home enough apples to cook with all season long in a single trip. That's why we've compiled 30 of our best apple recipes for you to cook this fall. From a non-traditional cumin-and-jaggery-glazed apple pie, to cinnamon maple breakfast polenta with sautéed apples, to cider-braised chicken thighs, we've got every sweet and savory category covered. All you have to do is go out and get the apples. We've got the rest. – Morgan Goldberg

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