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Everything You Need for Apple Season

There’s no better way to celebrate fall than a trip to a local orchard. Afterwards, you’ll want these tools and ingredients to turn your sweet, juicy haul into apple pies, crisps, doughnuts and more. Happy picking!

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    Pastry Cloth and Rolling Pin Cover

    If there’s one little thing you can do to improve your relationship with pie dough, it’s this: Get a pastry cloth and rolling pin cover. No fancy gadgets or elaborate hacks can beat the simplicity, economy, and effectiveness of this old-fashioned duo. To use, just rub flour into the canvas cloth and the stretchy rolling pin sleeve. The fabric absorbs excess flour and prevents dough from sticking.

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    Back to Basics Apple Peeler

    Think of Back to Basics’ cast-iron Peel Away Peeler as the original spiralizer: It can handily shave the peel off an apple in about four seconds, and it also has an attachment that lets you simultaneously peel, core, and slice an apple into perfect 1⁄4-inch-thick slices. If you do a lot of baking with apples, this little machine will save you time and effort and make a dull task a LOT more fun.

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    Carr's Ciderhouse Cider Syrup

    Handcrafted in Massachusetts, this syrup captures apple season in a bottle by boiling down cider from a family-owned orchard. It’s an essential ingredient for Cider Doughnuts, and it’s also fantastic on pancakes and French toast, in whiskey cocktails, or as a glaze for pork.

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    Emile Henry Ruffled Pie Plate

    Step aside, utilitarian aluminum and glass pie plates: Emile Henry’s ruffled dish is far more elegant. Made from Burgundian clay, which is known for its excellent heat retention and distribution, this dish comes in five colors and is fridge, freezer, microwave, and oven safe.

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    Oxo Apple Corer

    We’re especially glad to have OXO’s apple corer on hand when we make baked apples or tarte Tatin. The tool removes the core and ends in one swift motion. Serrations at the end make it easy to plunge the tool into the apple, and the soft rubber grip prevents slippage when your hands are slick with apple juice.

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    T-Fal Ingenio Rolling Pin

    Getting pie crust right can be challenging for any baker, but T-Fal’s Ingenio rolling pin makes it that much easier. The nonstick surface prevents dough from sticking, meaning less flour for your work surface (and hence, less mess). Built-in legs keep the pin from rolling away when you’re done with it.

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    Wilton Leaves and Acorns Cookie Cutters

    Create Carolyn Weil’s Leaf-Topped Apple Pie or Abby Dodge’s cutout-crust Caramel-Apple Pie (shown) using Wilton’s 9-piece leaf and acorn cookie cutters. The set includes a variety of sizes, so you can create your own design (though cutouts are best done with the smallest cutters so the filling doesn’t burn).

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    Brooklyn Brew Shop Hard Cider Kit

    If you’ve ever brewed your own beer (or just thought about it) DIY hard cider is just as easily within reach, with this handy kit from Brooklyn Brew Shop. It includes all the equipment and ingredients you’ll need, minus the apples or cider (pick up your own at a local orchard). Its compact size (each kit makes 1 gallon of cider) makes it both manageable and giftable.

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San Luis Obispo, CA (506)

In this episode of Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking from San Luis Obispo county, California, Curtis jumps into the waters of Morro Bay Oyster Company, a hub for oyster farming…

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