Out on a Limb – 4th Share

Clockwise, from top left: 20 oz., Blue Pearmain, Grey Pearmain, Rhode Island Greening, Fireside
It would follow the week I’m in charge of splitting up the share that I end up with the fewest apples. Also not pictured, Frostbite, an apple variety that owes its existence to John Bunker. An interesting read over on the OOAL site. It’s described by some as tasting like olives. Fortunately, I didn’t get that flavor, but it was one of the weirdest tasting apples I’ve ever had. 
The Grey Pearmain apples taste like… wait for it… pears. I don’t really care for pears, so this variety is perfect, with the texture of an apple and the flavor of a pear. 
The apple share is winding down and most of the varieties we’re getting now store well and are recommended for saucing and baking. So I don’t feel the pressure of fruit wasting in my crisper drawer. Although said crisper drawer is getting pretty full. 
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