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Hi Friends of Native Maine Produce!
Welcome to Local Lore, Native Maine’s new blog dedicated to all things local and more; I'm Leslie Runser (that's me over there on the left), one of the Native Maine chefs! I’ve worked for Native Maine for over 6 years in sales and customer service but mostly as the local and specialty foods buyer. In the weeks to come, I’ll highlight the great variety of Maine and New England Foods available and coming into season, complete with delicious recipes. We’ll celebrate our customer’s milestones and the hot, new dishes appearing on area menus. You’ll read profiles of some of our colorful employees and learn more about the inner workings of Native Maine. I’ll feature the special events that Native Maine supports in your community. Curious about what else we stock besides produce? I'll introduce you to the wide and interesting variety of foods that week stock. In addition, you’ll get updates on new additions to our product list.
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As you no doubt know, we’re in the midst of apple season here in Maine. Native Maine proudly sells Mcintosh, Cortland, and Honeycrisp local apples from Apple Acres Farm in Hiram and Ricker Hill Orchard in Turner. Not familiar with Honeycrisps? This apple variety was released commercially in the 1990s; crunchy, sweet, juicy—their individual cells are 2x as big as other apples and hold 2x the amount of sweet juice! A limited supply of trees has meant less Honeycrisp apples available; those that are out there command a higher price than Macs and Cortlands. However, as more trees are planted, more apples are grown and the price is coming down.
Some Apple Fun Facts
Cook this...Crispy Apple Chips
Apple chips are a crunchy, delicious addition to seasonal salads or a cheese plate, add texture to desserts like apple crisp, and are yummy eaten plain as a snack! They can be seasoned sweet or savory depending on how you’ll use them. Cinnamon and sugar is my go to!
6 Local Native Maine Apples: Mac, Cortland, Honeycrisp
If desired, seasoning of choice: sugar, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, curry powder, or any other powder spice that strikes your fancy!
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