Market Haul: After Apple-Picking Edition

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For I have had too much 
Of apple-picking: I am overtired
 Of the great harvest I myself desired. –Robert Frost, “After Apple Picking”

Apple picking is an eagerly anticipated autumn ritual. Crisp fall air, cider donuts, hayrides, a bright wagon overflowing with apples that we are sure we will put to delicious use—sometimes it’s easy to get a little carried away. Once home with our invariably enormous haul, we begin to cook with the best of intentions. But after baking a pie or two and making a couple batches of applesauce without seeing a noticeable dent in the apple stores, panic can begin to set in. What’s an overly ambitious apple picker to do? Here are a few ideas.

The Haul: Apples. Many, many apples.

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Staff Recipe: Mitchell's Applesauce Spice Cake

applesauce Got some extra applesauce on your hands? Consider JBF vice president Mitchell Davis's sweet spice cake, which gets some extra moisture from leftover applesauce or jam. Want fresh applesauce? Mitchell has a recipe for that, too. It practically cooks itself. Feel free to substitute pears if you fancy them.

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Staff Recipe: Mitchell's Applesauce Spice Cake

applesauce Got some extra applesauce on your hands? Consider JBF vice president Mitchell Davis's sweet spice cake, which gets some extra moisture from leftover applesauce or jam. Want fresh applesauce? Mitchell has a recipe for that, too. It practically cooks itself. Feel free to substitute pears if you fancy them.

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