Crabapple trees seem to be part of almost every neighbourhood in Canada, but what can you do with this tart, crisp fruit bite? You might have fond memories of smothering your toast with Grandma's famous crabapple jelly or of sipping your uncle's homemade crabapple wine at a family picnic, but this little apple has more to offer than that. Here are a few ideas.
Vodka infusions can be made with virtually any fruit, so why not crabapples? This is a simple recipe you can make as mild or as strong as you like. It also makes a wonderful host gift, so get a few batches started while crabapple season is here, and you'll be ready for the winter party season!
Jazz up your next pork or turkey dinner with this tasty condiment! It also makes a perfect snack when served with warm brie and crusty bread.
Serving size approximately 2 -1/2 cups
Do you have a problem with spiders in your house? Well, some people believe spiders despise the smell of crabapples and tend to avoid them. If you want to try something that might help with a spider infestation, simply cut crabapples in half, and place them around the entrances to your home and wherever you see the little creatures. Does it work? There might not be absolute proof it does, but when it comes to a spider problem, does it really hurt to give it a try?
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