French apple cake with opal apples — From DAVE BAKES

At first glance in the grocery store, I thought these Opal apples were just huge yellow bell peppers, and I wondered why they were selling them in a different area than where the other bell peppers were. Then I noticed the sign that read “Opal Apples” This variety of apple was developed in the Czech […]

via french apple cake with opal apples — DAVE BAKES

Dave Bakes is a Blog that I follow and have for a few years. Dave is a dedicated and imaginative baker whose skill is amazing.  Since I am a lame-o wannabe baker Dave and other bakers I follow are inspirations for my aspirations…*sigh*

I am going to attempt to make this easy cake because I did find Opal apples, which were designed by the folks of “the Institute of Experimental Botany in Prague and FruitSelect in 1999. They produced the Opal apple by crossing ‘Golden Delicious’ with ‘Topaz’. It is grown by FirstFruits Farms LLC in Washington and marketed by FirstFruits Marketing.” Retrieved 02-12-2020  ~Wikipedia~

Check out Dave’s Blog of baking marvels!

 

My French Apple Cake with Almonds

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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5 Responses to French apple cake with opal apples — From DAVE BAKES

  1. oh..i love apple pie.
    Especially if it is still a little warm. And then I want to add whipped cream or vanilla ice cream… 🙂

  2. davegon says:

    Thanks for reblogging and following me, and all the flattering words!! And just put a large scoop of vanilla ice cream if you don’t like it and nobody will notice or care! 😉

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