Sun warmed, crisp and fresh
picked from the tree, apples are the taste of fall
itself. From sweet and mellow to tart and tangy, how
do you best enjoy all those varieties? We'll help
you get to the core of the matter. Pick your
favorite out of these lovelies. Any of them make a
Braeburn With a color
ranging from gold to red, it's a crisp, versatile
TASTE Braeburns liven up sauces and salads
with their sweet and slightly spicy flavor.
Granny Smith Glossy green
and crunchy, this Australian variety now has fans
around the globe.
TASTE Mouth wateringly tart with the hint of
sweetness, Granny Smith is ideal for pies.
Golden Delicious The name
says it all: yellow gold skin, luscious flavor.
TASTE These sweet, mellow apples are
excellent for pies and salads.
FUJI A big, bold apple
that's giving traditional varieties a run for their
TASTE A super sweet apple that's great for
sauces or baked.
Mcintosh Bright red with
the green splashes, this 200 year old variety is a
TASTE Sweet with a hint of tartness, Mcintosh
is great for apple sauce or on its own.
Gala Striped orange red
over yellow, this little gem almost glows.
TASTE Sweet and mildly aromatic, Galas are
wonderful in salads, and good for apple sauce.