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Apple cider syrup is a tart-sweet treat

Fine Cooking Issue 23
Photo: Scott Phillips
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It’s apple season, and after munching on McIntoshes and sipping fresh cider, you might want to try apple cider syrup, a delicious product from The Apple Farm. This apple cider syrup, made from pure apple cider with no added sugar, is reminiscent of New England’s old-fashioned boiled cider. Drizzle it over vanilla ice cream with toasted pecans or try some in a glaze for a roast or in a vinaigrette for a fall salad. 

The Apple Farm—a northern California organic grower of over sixty apple varieties—will ship (check the Web site for prices and shipping details). When in San Francisco, sample the Apple Farm’s syrup, chutneys, vinegars, and of course apples at the Ferry Terminal Plaza Farmer’s Market.


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