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Apparently, all that is required to create your own piece of paradise is a handful of winesap apples, some quinces, a number of pink lady apples, a well of water, a farm full of sugar and, oh my, a lot of love, dedication and skill.

    TAGS:  apples, jam, Bakerina, paradise, quinces

Barter :: pam

Bob for apples; Tillie and her cat Peanut for pumpkins.

    TAGS:  Bob, apples, bartering, pumpkins, Tillie

“Pear, no, apple, no, banana, hmmm, no, kumquat, oh, no, no, dear, um, ooh, watermelon,” said the tomato.

    TAGS:  fruit, bananas, apples, uncertainty, watermelon, pears, tomatoes, kumquats

Despite their prepubescent softness and fuzz everyone in the orchard agreed Peaches made the best leaders while Plums were great for digestion and apples were the keepers of all the esoteric lore regarding fruit.

    TAGS:  fruit, apples, peaches, digestion, lore, orchards, plums

Apples and Oranges :: OhNo789

I dread the day that the apples and oranges in the fruit drawer of my refrigerator finally declare war.

    TAGS:  apples, oranges, refrigerators

Why is that all eaten apples are depicted as having most of the middle eaten, leaving the top and bottom untouched, when, in reality, all of my apples look pleasingly oval shaped once devoured.

    TAGS:  apples, apple-cores, eating methods, fruitodology

Kids these days :: 'mouse

"Mom, I'm hungry and I think my computer is broken... I can't find any apples at the Apple store."

    TAGS:  apples, apps, Apple, kids


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