Cider Days as Fall Finishes

 

The the last day of autumn is winding up, and with it the last few crops of apples.

Cooking up relishes and chutneys is a great way of using the last of these “windfall” fruits and preserving them for months. Freezing cooked or bottling stewed apples is another. Grow Harvest Cook and The Produce a Companion both feature some sensational seasonal recipes.

However, before the last fresh apples disappear, consider making some fresh cider. Mandy Sinclair’s recipe, illustrated below, is a real treat.

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Apple Cider, from The Produce Companion, by Meredith Kirton and Mandy Sinclair. Published by Hardie Grant Books
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