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Article: Picking the Best Apples for Your Pie: No Cortlands???

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apurplefoxglove
Ashby, MA

October 27, 2008
1:37 PM

Post #5721380

I was happy to see Northern Spy also but every year it's harder to come by. Baldwin too. I was shocked not to see Cortland. I live in MA zone 5 near New Hampshire line and both here and in NH it's a staple. A late apple and great for eating and pie. Eating Macouns the last couple of weeks though.

Mrs_Ed

Mrs_Ed
Whiteside County, IL
(Zone 5a)

October 27, 2008
1:45 PM

Post #5721407

Well that's a great cooking apple, I grew one of those trees for a while. Most reported that it was too mushy to be included in a pie, but if that is the kind of pie you like then can be treated as McIntosh, etc.

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