Apples are now creeping into the market, a sure sign that autumn is on the way. We try a few and decide on "Copelands" these apparently will not fall apart when cooked. I do miss the good old Bramley apples that we used in Scotland for cooking. These were not for eating but tasted delicious when cooked. I am now picturing a nice apple pie with cinnamon, or an apple crumble with a few blueberries thrown in. However I put that all out of my mind until a nice crisp autumn day arrives and I can put my mind to cooking up a storm from the "Fall Harvest". Hopefully we still have a few weeks of summer left.
I will let you know in what form the produce lands on our table in the coming week.