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  • Gerry Monaghan
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    Cortlands & Empires developed here

    The Genesee River Valley, just north of us, is wall to wall fruit orchards. China is the Worlds largest exporter of apples I have heard. G

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  • Ed_L
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    Only the BIG apples!

    Ed

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Don't apples grow in New York?
    DJ

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  • Ed_L
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    Deb,

    Actually I'm 3/4 French, believe it or not! The name is definitely German, and that makes up my other 1/4. (Dad was half French and half German, while Mom was of French descent.

    Gerry,

    I caught that, but wasn't sure if I should mention it.

    Ed

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  • Gerry Monaghan
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    I want to know why none of you have picked up on my recipes requirement for real New York State Apples?

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    I beat you to it. With that last name I bet you know alot of good German dishes.
    DJ

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  • Ed_L
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    DJ, you stole my lines! That's exactly what I was going to say.

    Ed

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  • DJ Dubovsky
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    Reminds me of the German potato pancakes we get with applesauce topping. I never had it with sweet potatoes. Sounds delicious.
    DJ

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  • Gerry Monaghan
    started a topic Sweet Potato Waffles w/ Homemade Apple Sauce

    Sweet Potato Waffles w/ Homemade Apple Sauce

    I use same recipe with regular potatos. Shred 5 or 6 yams or potatos, Put in strainer and press out liquid with a cup (more comes out w/ reg. potatos). Set liquid aside to settle. Eventually pour off liquid and keep starch which has setttled. Add 1/4 cup milk, 1/2 cup flour, and 3 Tsp oil (I like Olive Oil) to starch. Make batter. Salt & Pepper to taste, Fresh parsley is good too. Fold in potato to batter. Cook in waffle iron on high heat till crisp (8 mins?)

    Cook down 1 bag of good New York State Apples (say Cortlands or Empires). Serve on top or on side of Potato Waffle.
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