“If you’re not sure what to do with apples aside from making a pie or mixing them into oatmeal . . . prepare to have your world rocked.”—SanFranciscoBookReview Often referred to as the “Forbidden Fruit,” they can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, juiced, sauced, baked, jammed, or stuffed. And many varieties hold up to cooking, including Granny Smith, Jonathan, Jonagold, Pink Lady, Golden Delicious, Rome, McIntosh, Braeburn, plus many others. Let 101 Things to Do with Apples peel away the mystery of this popular fruit and expand its repertoire in your baking, sauteing, slow cooking, and grilling. The recipes range from salads to main dishes, pastries to preserves, and include such mouthwatering dishes as Pumpkin-Apple Muffins, Overnight Breakfast Casserole, Parmesan Roasted Apple-Vegetable Medley, Apple and Seafood Kabobs, Rustic Apple Tart, Toasted Chicken-Apple Sandwiches, Jalapeno Apple Chutney, Almond Apple Cheesecake, and more.