Antique Apples

Browning, Frank
October 1999
Gourmet;Oct99, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p292
Talks about different varieties of apples. Taste and texture; Prices; Why people prefer heirloom apples; Apples grown at Browning Orchard, Kentucky.


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