This colorful and nutritious dish will satisfy your kid's sweet tooth.
You can cut the cinnamon raisin bread into fun shapes and then top them with cream cheese and apples for a fun snack.
Few apples were produced this year in the Midwest because of a late spring freeze that killed the newly formed buds.
Joel Salatin talks about the virtues of raising rabbits for meat, and we make a rabbit stew in honor of Easter. And, two recipes in the Jewish food tradition.
Just in time for your garden to start producing, clean out the final few root veggies from your pantry and make this tasty traditional dish.
Stop passing celery root by at the farmers market. This simple salad combines the root vegetable with the familiar flavor of apple.
This dish is an excellent topping for game, fish or vegetarian dishes.
Sunchokes, potatoes and apples make this soup a unique addition to any menu.
If you could imagine crossing a banana with a mango, then you’d get a Paw Paw. The custard-like yellow meat is tasty served with apple slices.
Customers of the hamburger chain will also be able to substitute French fries for apple slices in kids meals.
Allergy season is in full swing. As a parent, I believe that most ailments can be treated naturally with properly grown foods.
This deliciously rich cake will have your friends asking, "Are you sure this is vegan?"
Matt Colglazier turned a passion for spirits into something more with American Craft Spirits website. He takes us on a tour of some small American distilleries.
Proper apple butter is thick like jam. Don't confuse it with applesauce, which holds none of the depth of flavor that rich, slow cooked apple butter offers.
We’re focusing on Indiana fruits. Paw paws transform some sliced apples into a unique starter dish. Then, a recipe for traditional persimmon bread pudding.
Apple season is here! Try out this delicious apple dumpling recipe.
This week on Earth Eats, we continue our on-going exploration of root vegetables with some versatile parsnip cakes that we serve with smoked trout salad.
Today on the podcast we look at two unusual vegetables: sunchokes (jerusalem artichokes) and the much maligned, love 'em or hate 'em vegetable: brussels sprouts
The iPhone is going green! Check out some of the newest green apps in this list from TreeHugger.
Grandpa Orr would rather chew on the end of his leftover cigar than eat cake, but he did love a simple piece of pie - that's what we made him for his birthday.