In much of the world September means the harvest of apples. And lots of apples means pressing apple cider. True apple cider is unfiltered with a touch of apple solids in it—its appearance is slightly cloudy. Once you have a nice supply of apple cider stored on the shelves, what to do with it besides happily drinking large glasses? Here are some sites that list yummy recipes using apple cider. You’ll find everything from cider-brined pork chops with creamed leeks and apples to cranberry relish with apple cider. Apple cider pie sounds good and apple cider bundt cake is a rich, moist fall cake. For a hearty fall drink to warm you on a crisp day try hot apple cider with rum and for fifteen more yummy apple cider recipes including apple cider gravy go to delish.com. Happy fall cooking.

 

 

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