Winesap


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crisp apple with dark red skin

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The Winesap probably originated in the 1700s in New Jersey and is generally acknowledged as being one of America's most popular apples in the 1800s, holding that rank until the 1950s.
Here is the winesap air of the high places the clear green sky of evening fading to a dark that brings the stars within arm's length, the cottonwoods along the creek rustling in the wind.
Why would I want to eat a Stayman Winesap rather than a Pearmain?
The Winesap is a brilliant red apple that is best eaten raw and is excellent in salads.
6 cups peeled, chopped Granny Smith, Winesap, Jonathan or other firm, tart apple (about 2 pounds) 1 1/4 cups apple cider 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon ground allspice 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger 1.
Look in farmers' markets or specialty produce stores for heirloom or antique varieties, such as Maiden Blush, Winesap, or MacIntosh, or for fairly new varieties, such as Honeygold and its brand new cousin, Honeycrisp.
Just down a winding country road, at See Canyon Fruit Ranch, are pearmain, Winesap, Missouri pippin and splendor - the latter described as a Tasmanian pink apple.
His recent photos--Folly in Snow, Folly Easter Morning, and Winesap, Heavy Crop--suggest a metaphoric approach to nature and abundance.
When asked how he managed to produce such spectacular Winesap apples, he shrugged and said: "Things want to grow.
Mildly acid to slightly tart: Winesap, Jonathan, Stayman, Northern Spy, York Imperial, Wealthy, Rhode Island Greening, Newton-Pippin.
BALDWIN BRAEBURN CORTLAND CRAB ELSTAR EMPIRE FUJI GALA GOLDEN DELICIOUS GRANNY SMITH GRAVENSTEIN IDARED JONATHAN LADY MACINTOSH MACOUN MUTSU NORTHERN SPY PIPPIN RED DELICIOUS ROME BEAUTY SPARTAN STAYMAN WINESAP YORK
As for the apples, they turn up halfway through the book in the story of John's friendship with Gwennie, an Indian apple farmer whose effort at seducing him succeeds only in leaving him with respect for a good winesap.
Sweet Pies (reduces amount of sugar needed) Crispin Golden Delicious Jonagold Winesap Tart pies(stronger apple flavor) Cortland Northern Spy Empire Rhode Island Greening Granny Smith Rome Idared McIntosh
There are hundreds of produce items, including Fair Trade and organic bananas, Fremont and Clementine tangerines, Golden Nugget Mandarins, purple and green kohlrabi, fennel, purple carrots, red chard, rainbow chard, turnips, rutabagas, honeydews, Winesap, Jonna Gold, Braeburn, Fuji, and California Arkansas Black apples.