Antique Apples

To satisfy your adventurous palette, antique apples can provide a variety of tastes not normally available at supermarkets.

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LEFT: The appropriately named Westfield Seek-No-Further antique apple variety has been prized for 200 years. CENTER: Ugly duckling Roxbury Russets have been called America's first cultivated apple. RIGHT: Golden Russets, know as "Rustycoats" in the southern Appalachians, are sweet.
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LEFT: Newtown Pippin, a classic American winter apple since the 18th century. CENTER: Esopus Spitzenberg, considered by many to be the finest apple for home orchards. RIGHT: Crisp and tangy, the Northern Spy is perfect for cooking or eating out-of-hand.

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