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If you saw Wednesday's post, then you know we have a ton of apples. Most of them we used to can some yumminess! In just a few days, you'll be able to see it during CANNING WEEK!!! But we did hang on to a few for some other goodies. Last night, since it had finally dropped below 90000000 degrees, we pulled the grill out and had some juicy steaks, baked potatoes, and grilled apples. Think apple pie without the crust.
To begin, wash the apple and cut out a bit of the core at the top. You'll want to cut down about an inch and a half.
Next, put a pat of butter inside the apple.
Then top with some cinnamon and a bit of sugar.
Wrap tightly in foil and grill until tender, but not mushy.
When you take it off the grill, if it's not too mushy, you'll be able to cut it in slices and core it without it falling apart.
Serve hot with your other grilling goodness!
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