One of the sweetest and probably the most common apples around, this apple is good for anything–including apple pie, apple dumplings and tarte tatin. The apple has a crisp, juicy texture…and are sweet with a hint of honey.
This late-season apple has a crisp, white, juicy flesh with a sweet-tart flavor. A great storage apple, it’s also perfect for baking and juicing.
Rome Beauty apples are one of the prettiest apples available…with a perfectly round shape and deep red color.
These apples are mildly sweet and tart…but does not have a very strong flavor so perhaps this apple should be used along with another apple variety that has a stronger flavor.
The hard green/white flesh of these apples maintain its shape in the oven, but can be used for sautéing as well.
The Winesap apple is very firm, tart and spicy…intensely flavored with spicy cider-y notes. These apples are great in salads, cider, applesauce, and apple custard.