Share And Share Alike

Today was grocery shopping day. It was the last trip until the Christmas grocery shopping mega event. When I got home with more food than would fit in my refrigerator I had to figure out what to do with some of it. We ate the Chinese food leftovers for lunch (our final meal from our favorite local place that also happens to be where The Husband and I went on our first date. They’re closing for good on Thursday. Another reason to loathe 2020.) and I cleaned out the crisper drawer of the cortland apples that were leftover after pie making for Thanksgiving. I decided to make an apple crisp since the apples weren’t at their best. I used this recipe that I’ve shared before but it’s so good I have to share it again. I doubled everything since apple crisp is a favorite around here. I recommend a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side.

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10 Responses to Share And Share Alike

  1. kathyreeves says:

    I’ll be over for breakfast!

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  2. Marsha Noce says:

    Oh my, another yummy recipe and me with a fruit drawer full of apples. Thank you

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  3. ohhhh. We ended up making crisp for Thanksgiving dessert. I refused to let Fireman stand in the line that circled the bakery known for its pies. Plus I am not tempted by apples baked in anyway so I didn’t feel badly about the points!

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  4. Kellie says:

    Oh that sounds delicious 😊

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  5. ReginaMary says:

    I don’t know what I would do if my local Chinese restaurant closed. Really. I would be lost!

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  6. Stefanie says:

    Yay for baking success. I tried a coffee cake recently and it was flop; maybe it was b/c of baking powder gone bad, but dunno and what a waste.

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  7. I am so sorry to hear about your Chinese restaurant! Even when there are other good places to eat in an area, losing a place that has such a big part of your history is always sad.
    Thank you for the recipe – it sounds delicious!

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