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Montie, druid at heart 
Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 06:53 AM
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Hello.
I tried my had at making applebutter this past weekend. I took the easy route with a slow cooker all night. My wife and I peeled winesaps. She made a batch with her recipe and I made a batch with a combination of some recipes I found. I like alot of cinnamon and she doesn't. Well, after about 12 hours for mine (I started on high for 2 hours) and 20 hours for her's, we put it in jars. I think we like mine better than the two recipes except my wife didn't like all the cinnamon. Does anybody out there have a good recipe they would recommend? I still have lots of apples. My recipe I tried was: 17 cups of finely chopped apples, 5 cups of sugar, 1 cup of vinegar, 4 heaping teaspoons of cinnamon and a tablespoon of cinnamon oil, and a teaspoon of cloves.
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Posted: 13-Oct-2008, 12:47 PM
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Nice! I wouldn't have thought of using the vinegar -- I make applesauce but never tried apple butter. That would give it a nice tang. It does sound like a lot of cinamon, but for those as likes it . . . smile.gif

Your post might go well in the cooking forum: "From your kitchen to my table" (I think . . .) There is a nice little run of fall recipes being exchanged right now, and this recipe would fit in very nicely with them. But it's OK here too. I hope you do visit the cooking forum -- it seems you are interested in growing things to eat and then finding interesting ways to prepare them, and we'd all love to hear your ideas.

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Posted: 14-Oct-2008, 05:57 AM
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Thanks for the idea on the cooking forum. I really haven't been though the entire site so I've missed that forum. I'll go look for it now. Thanks again!
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