I have been quite overwhelmed by the autumn apples here this year. I made a school boy error of buying three Danish apples to try in Irma and put them all in the same bag, thus having no idea which was which. Doh!
At Frilandsmuseet on Friday we were given this wonderful selection of apples from the orchard there. One monster one, a few gnarly ones and loads of sweet, tiny Paradis apples. I also bought a gorgeous little book about Danish apple varieties, full of beautiful little illustrations to learn more. After a quick consultation with my mum for my childhood apple crumble recipe, we enjoyed these little apple crumbles with three different apples in them. The whole house smelt like my childhood Sundays and the crumbles were delectable. We still have more apples left so an apple cake is on the menu for the week.
Looks awesome 🙂
I love crumble! I made some on Sunday but with plums that needed using. It’s true the whole house smells of delicious sweet baking. I’m hungry now. 🙂
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