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There are more than 2,500 varieties of apples grown in North America. That’s a lot of apples. If you’re not quite sure what to do with all of that delicious fruit, Mary Berg has some recipes to get you started.

But first, here’s a quick lesson in apples.

Granny Smith

These are really good for cooking, but might be a little too firm and tart. You’ll often need a good amount of sugar.

Gala

Galas taste the most like apple juice. When you think of apple flavour, you think Gala! They are great with pork because their subtle sweetness just pairs so well with pork and mustard, etc…Also, Galas hold their shape well and are perfect for holding up to the high heat in the oven.

Red Prince/Macintosh

Red Prince or Mac apples are such a great colour, they cook down nicely and get a little jammy and juicy. They are great out of hand or cooked and are really great for any use other than really long cooking uses.

Now, let’s get cooking!