Anna Apple Pie

Anna Pie

I’ve grown Anna apples for several years now, but this is the first time I’ve baked them in a pie.  Being an early summer apple I was afraid it would be bland and turn to mush, but it was OUTSTANDING!  The slices stayed firm and baking it really waked up the flavor of this already good apple.  TONS of juice in these things- next I’ll have to try cider!

I’m continually impressed with the insane productivity, adaptiveness, and quality of this apple from Israel, truly a gift from God.  Funny though how this low-chill apple that is grown all over the tropics cannot be grown in most traditional apple-growing areas, as spring frosts would wipe out the January blossoms.

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2 Responses

  1. Can i have the recipe on how you made your pie?

    • Did you get the recipe? Couldn’t find it. Also I have a large crop and would like to know how ro use them. Any ideas?

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