Apples

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W. W. Norton & Company, Sep 17, 1994 - Cooking - 255 pages
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In this small and elegant book, artist/writer Roger Yepsen presents fascinating facts about more than 200 varieties of apples growing in the United States.

With beautiful and distinctive watercolors, he makes identification a snap. He also reveals how each variety tastes and which varieties are best for eating and cooking.
 

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One type of apple per page. I keep this book on the front passenger's seat in my car. At each red light I "devour" one apple. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Roger Yepsen is an artist and writer whose previous books include Apples and Heirloom Vegetables. He lives in Barto, Pennyslvania.

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