I do love apples. Apples are the pinnacle of fall. I know that fall is right around the corner when the little apples on my tree begin to clunk on the ground. And as you'd expect, I run outside and snag it to safety.
The birds and I are at war for those apples. Little buggers. They may have eaten my beet seedlings, but they won't get all of the apples.
Now that I have enough apples, I can make mulled apple cider, which is on my list of things to do during the fall. I've gathered apples, vanilla, a bit of wine, honey, cinnamon, and cloves to make this wonderful cider.
You can store in a pitcher in the fridge for a week.