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  • Roast Apples

    Ohhh man!

    Pick some nice large cooking apples, core them and put them in a pan. Pack the cores with a mix of brown sugar, dried raisens, chopped walnuts, add a little splash of rum or maple syrup.
    Slide them in the forno to the far side and let them bake. The fire had died down so I put the door in tight against the reveal. When I checked them 1/2 hour later, the sweet smell of the baked apples was almost over whelming. It was a perfect desert and left the neighbors begging for more!

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    Re: Roast Apples

    great thing i cook by this recipe too
    Lost in choosing userbars for this forum...