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Seasonal Spotlight: Pink Pearl Apples

These Pink Pearl apples made me gasp when I saw them in San Francisco's Bi-Rite Market last week. I was so excited I almost overturned the display! Like little ambassadors of fall, this forgotten heirloom variety is hard to find these days. Don't know Pink Pearls? Read on for more about these little...
  • Ayla Rolfson

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  • ✿⊱╮Janice Caldwell

    Pink Pearl Apples are delicious eating apples. Their vibrant, deep pink flesh is crisp, juicy and has an excellent sweet/tart ratio. They cook up nice, too, holding their shape and getting deeper colored and slightly sweeter. Pink Pearls were developed in Northern California in 1944 by a man named Albert Etter, using another red-fleshed apple called Surprise as a seedling. Try to find at local farmers market or grocery..seasonal.

  • Amir Swift

    #Dessert #health Dessert #healthy Dessert| http://healthdessert.blogspot.com

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