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Empire Apples were developed in New York State (the "Empire" State). They are perhaps best used as a fresh-eating apple, but some people like to add them to their cider blends as well. ‪#‎empireapples‬

Empire Apples were developed in New York State (the "Empire" State). They are perhaps best used as a fresh-eating apple, but some people like to add them to their cider blends as well.

Empire Apples - A sweet-but-tart all-purpose variety, the Empire's good for cider, pies, and applesauce.

6 of the Best Types of Apples for Cooking

Empire Apples - A sweet-but-tart all-purpose variety, the Empire's good for cider, pies, and applesauce.

http://www.cooksinfo.com/apples  4 SMALL APPLES = 1 LB  3 MEDIUM APPLES = 1 LB  2 LARGE APPLES = 1 LB

McIntosh apples - my second favorites and our other newly planted apple tree.

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What says autumn more than apple picking season and hot cider? - photo by Kinga Błaszczyk-Wójcicka - Apple Hues

For the not-so-sweet tooths, indulge in a slice of this flaky apple tart. It's baked with an assortment of your favorite apples and features two hits of lush cheddar goodness: as a topper and in the crust./

43 Apple Desserts Better Than Mom's Apple Pie

For the not-so-sweet tooths, indulge in a slice of this flaky apple dessert. It's baked with an assortment of your favorite apples, and features two hits of lush cheddar goodness: as a topper and in the crust.

Paula Red Apples have bright red skin with yellow or tan highlights. Inside, the creamy-white flesh is firm, finely-textured, crisp and juicy.    Though sweeter than McIntosh apples, there is also a bit of tartness. http://www.cooksinfo.com/paula-red-apple

Paula Red Apples have bright red skin with yellow or tan highlights. Inside, the creamy-white flesh is firm, finely-textured, crisp and juicy.

Empire Apples have waxy, bright red skin that is a bit tough, enabling them to stand up well to shipping.    The flesh is fragrant and crisp, and sweet but not sugary, with some off-setting tartness. In fact, there is enough tartness that some American cider makers will use Empires in their cider. http://www.cooksinfo.com/empire-apples

Empire Apples have waxy, bright red skin that is a bit tough, enabling them to stand up well to shipping. The flesh is fragrant and crisp, and sweet but not sugary, with some off-setting tartness.

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