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Autumn is here, and so is our appetite for the season's ample variety of apples. From Idared to Golden Delicious to Northern Spy, these fresh-picked fall fruits are good to the core.
But, as they say, one bad apple spoils the bunch - so make sure you grapple the very best apples with the help of grocer Stew Leonard.
An Apple Harvest Primer: Stew Leonard
You didn't think we'd leave those piping hot homemade tortilla chips out in the cold with nowhere to go, did you?
Sink your teeth into today's top stories from around the globe.
Instead of perusing the estimated 100 brands of processed tortilla chips in the local grocery store, beef up your snack tray roster with a chip off the ol' homemade block.
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
This will make you say, "please sir, can I have some more?" - October 13 is National Yorkshire Pudding Day!
This absolutely fabulous pudding isn't really a pudding as most Americans know it at all, but this side dish is still worth a whole day of love!
It's hard to imagine sitting down to a roast beef dinner without a side of Yorkshire pudding. The perfect complement, this pudding is made from a light batter of eggs, flour, milk and beef drippings. The batter is similar to that of popovers, and you can even bake them in a popover pan, although traditional Yorkshire pudding also does well as one, fluffy "pancake" in a skillet.