Apples -- crisp, tart and juicy -- they're Canada's premier fruit. Here are some wonderful ways to use this popular food. If our recommended apple varieties aren't available, use Northern Spy for all cooking except in sauces, where McIntosh is a good choice.
With some cultivars hardy to Zone 1, Canada's favourite fruit grows just about anywhere. Read all about buying, planting, and caring for apple trees, and try Classic Waldorf Salad, Apple Butter and Ice Wine Tarts, and Cream of Apple and Parsnip Soup, at our sister publication <a href="http://www.canadiangardening.com/gardens/fruit-and-vegetable-gardening/the-top-10-apple-varieties/a/1580" target="_new">Canadian Gardening Magazine</a>.
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