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Tokyo Rose
These gorgeous sweet-tart apples are a cross between American Jonathan and English Worcester Pearmin.
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No sugar added
Just two ingredients, fresh apples and sparkling apple cider from Normandy, combine to make the filling for Saint Honore's Pomme Grillé.
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Quite a View
Randy Kiyokawa and Dominique Geulin standing amidst the Kiyokawa strawberry patch at the family orchard.
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Pomme Grillé
The word "Grillé" refers to a lattice pattern in French, describing the top layer of this puff pastry dessert.
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Try the Tokyo Rose
Randy Kiyokawa offers Dominique Geulin a taste of his family's apples.
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Tarte aux Pommes
The Tarte aux Pommes combines a few simple ingredients--puff pastry, butter, a touch of sugar, and fresh apples--for a taste of fall that is more than the sum of its parts.
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