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A Royal Rosh Hashanah Table Setting! By Viviane

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A Royal Rosh Hashanah Table Setting! By Viviane

2 Comments 19 January 2013

 

Enjoy Rosh Hashanah inspiration from 2011!

WOW!! What a gorgeous holiday table!!  If you are looking for elegant table setting ideas then you’ve come to the right place! Viviane’s flair for color and style is evident with the effort that she put into her Rosh Hashanah table. Shades of the color purple are associated with royalty, wisdom, and mystery in which the flowers, dishes, placemats and stemware add the extra touch of sophistication to the table.

 I love how she so cleverly used  Kim Seybert napkin rings as a backdrop for printed place cards for her guests! And the individual simanim for each family member! What a cool idea! Love it! I’m sure adults and children alike went home with wonderful holiday memories that reflected the effort and thought that went into this special holiday table setting. (Not to mention all the the yummy kosher holiday recipes that were prepared as well! Viviane- send us your holiday menu also!!) Shana Tova! Marlene

“I got my idea online from a Chinese hostess website. I bought the spoons from a restaurant warehouse and the plates underneath from CB2. I went to Paper Moon Invitations on Avenue P and had them print up the cards with each beracha. Then I went to Lana fabric on Kings Highway and bought organza plum ribbon and tied each one to each spoon. Every person got their own plate with their own spoons and simanim. What a nice night! Viviane”

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The Jewish Hostess Jewel Toned Sweet Rosh Hashanah Table 2012

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The Jewish Hostess Jewel Toned Sweet Rosh Hashanah Table 2012

2 Comments 12 January 2013

 Enjoy this repost of my Rosh hashanah table setting from 2012!

What will be YOUR Rosh Hashanah table decor style for 2013?

This Rosh Hashanh (2012), I decided to purchase two ram’s horns as accents to my Rosh Hashanah table decor. The horns flanked a centerpiece of gorgeous orchids and ruby red roses and “new” Rosh Hashanah fruits embedded within the display- all designed by  Shirley Bar Nathan.

Originally I had planned on using jelly apples with butterfly place card holders on each dish (pictured down below), but the jelly apples were a little more tedious than I had anticipated, so I ended up using about 10 of them as an accent on the table. I bought a couple dozen bumble bee sugar shapes on Amazon.com.
Sugar Bumble Bees Cake Decorations (1 dz)

My napkin rings were simple burgundy strips of tied velvet ribbon that picked up upon the colors of the pomegranate and the new fruits within the table’s centerpiece. A simple wood honey dipper (saved from last year’s Rosh Hashanah table setting) slipped into each “napkin ring” served as extra Rosh Hashanah table themed decor. Every table setting had their own little individualized plate of Simanim, which made it much easier to clear away and serve my dinner buffet style on the server. Candles and little golden tea lights added to our romantic themed new year’s table. Email me with any questions! Wishing all of my hostesses a healthy an happy and successful year!

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(photo taken by the housekeeper at the start of the holiday)

 

 

 

 

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The Perfect Holiday Apple Cake Recipe

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The Perfect Holiday Apple Cake Recipe

1 Comment 30 September 2012

This is a great apple cake recipe that I adapted from the purple Shaare Torah cookbook. My kids whipped it up while I was busy cooking the main dishes for the holiday. They were so proud of their new creation and everyone enjoyed it because it was moist and was so  much more delicious than a store bought cake!  You can use a bunt cake pan for this traditional  cake recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 10 Honey Crisp apples sliced thinly
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • cinnamon
  • 2 1/4 Cup flour
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 2 1/4 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 3 eggs
  • 3/4 cup safflower oil
  • 3 tsp.vanilla
  • 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease a bundt pan.
  3. In a Kitchen Aid  bowl mix sliced apples with cinnamon and sugar.
  4. Mix dry ingredients.
  5. Add wet ingredients and mix in Kitchen Aid.
  6. Pour 1/3 apples into pan.
  7. Add 1/2 of batter.
  8. Add 1/3 more apples.
  9. Add rest of batter.
  10. Top layer should be layered neatly. (the photo above is a different version of an apple cake but that is how the apple should be layered).
  11. Bake 1 hour and 45 minutes till knife comes out clean.

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More Elegant  Unique Table Settings and Ideas for Rosh Hashanah

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More Elegant Unique Table Settings and Ideas for Rosh Hashanah

1 Comment 24 August 2012

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Rosh Hashanah Greetings to all of my Jewish Hostesses!

I’ve been really enjoying some great internet table decor inspirations and ideas for the Rosh Hashanah holiday and I’m so happy to be sharing them with you.  Please remember to snap a pic of your Rosh Hashanah table!

Always remember that when setting a holiday table, its the extra energy that you put into your creative table settings, and unique centerpieces, whether it be a formal table setting, or a casual one, plus  the energy that goes into your kosher holiday menu, that your family will keep in their hearts forever. Hopefully these easy table scape ideas for Rosh Hashanah should  give you some creative design ideas for your festive holiday table!

Wishing you all a healthy and happy holiday!!!

     

 

photo above from: Creative Jewish Mom

3 photos below from :Kineret  Specter’s Facebook page:

Rosh Hashanah Challah by Guess Who Is Coming to Dinner:

 

Honey Bee Centerpiece from HERE

 

Gorgeous Caramel Apples from HERE:

Love this apple centerpiece from Better Homes and Gardens!!!

How pretty are these apple votives???

How to Rosh Hashanah table decor from HERE :

and HERE

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Rosh Hashanah  Cubed Fruit Salad with Pomegranate and Crystalized Sugar

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Rosh Hashanah Cubed Fruit Salad with Pomegranate and Crystalized Sugar

2 Comments 22 August 2012

please “Like” this post! This is an elegant and  easy fruit salad idea that my talented and creative friend  Joanie Mann incorporated into a family party menu a while ago.  Cubed mango, pomegranate, and blueberries will be a tropical hit on your Rosh Hashanah dessert menu!

  1. Take 3 – 10 mango , depending on the amount of company you are having, and cut into fine cubes.
  2. Mix with 1-2 cups of pomegranate seeds.
  3. Add blueberries
  4. Turn martini glass edges into a bowl of water and dip to wet about 1/2 inch of the edge.
  5. Dip into coarse crystalized sugar. We used clear, but in comes in many colors.(We found crystalized sugar in Pomegranate Supermarket in Brooklyn.)
  6. Fill with cubed fruit. Serve on a linen napkin lined tray.
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Rich with Vibrant Color and Tradition- A Rosh Hashanah Table by Rosette Rutman

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Rich with Vibrant Color and Tradition- A Rosh Hashanah Table by Rosette Rutman

3 Comments 22 August 2012

 (ROSH HASHANAH 2011…)

Thank you Rosette for sharing your Rosh Hashanah table all the way from Canada! The holidays really are bringing us Jewish women together! I really love when women from all over the world connect on The Jewish Hostess! Make sure you  subscribe now so you don’t miss a single kosher holiday recipe or holiday table setting idea!

Shana Tova! Marlene

 

G’mar Hatima Tova!

 I love your website!  It is so inspiring!  Half the fun of the holidays is decorating the table to get the WOW reaction! I have sent along some pictures of my Erev Rosh Hashana Table.   I had individual square white plates with little flower cups of honey and alternating red and green apple slices with pomegranate seeds sprinkled over them. Everyone had a white and gold cocktail napkin underneath at counter angles to the plate so just the corners peaked out. I also had 2 honeycombs on a typical apple platter and sprinkled them with pomegranate seeds, apple slices, real flowers and sugar bees. So they didn’t get lost on the colourful tablecloth, I put them on a white platter. 

 The table cloth is a black background with swirling rich autumn colours of gold, reds, yellows, greens and oranges in apple clusters and vine motifs. I have it in two sizes so both tables were the same.  Since I only had 16 napkins and 17 guests that night, I had to go to white and gold paper napkins.  On both tables,  I had small vases with mixed miniature roses of yellow, red and orange which I bought the day before so they all had opened up already. 

 I have several silver-plated pomegranates that I use in different ways each year – this time I displayed them on a low white platter with mixed small and large realistic-looking plastic fruit (Pottery Barn).  Not pictured here is the Lemon Poppy Seed cake that I make each year in the shape of a beehive, decorated with sugar bees – I had a line-up for seconds for it!  I got the sugar bees from a local bakery (50 of them)!

Also not pictured, but really cute were the one-bite lemon poppy seed cupcakes that I took to a first day luncheon.  I decorated the tops with a little swirl of icing and every third one had a sugar bee.  I served them on a distressed 2 tier rectangular serving platter and it was quite the hit both in presentation and taste!

Thanks for letting me share! I look forward to seeing other table settings too.

Rosette Rutman

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Crispy Homemade Apple Chips- repost!!!

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Crispy Homemade Apple Chips- repost!!!

3 Comments 25 September 2011

 

 

I am very close to a certain family member who makes the most awesome brunches. Last month she decided to have the entire family over on a Sunday. It was so nice just to get together. We just never wanted to leave. Check out her table and comment with the recipes that you would like me to post for Shavuot.

 

 

I purposely left the pictures a tiny drop small so that I can surprise you with more great pics for  Shavuot.

My anonymous relative just gave me her great recipe for crunchy apple chips sweetened with a drop of sugar.

Perfect for Mother’s Day AND Shavuot!

Check out the video above for a great lesson on how to use a mandoline.

Crispy Homemade Apple Chips

  • 3  honey crisp apples, washed, cored and sliced thinly with a #2 blade on a mandoline.(leave the shell)
  • each apple should have enough slices spread thinly  to cover one baking pan that is covered in parchment.
  • you should have 3 trays with thinly sliced apples.
  • spread 1 teaspoon of sugar across each tray covering the apples thinly.
  • bake at 175-200 degrees for 3-4 hours depending on your oven. If you take them out too soon they will be soggy, but at the same time don’t let them burn! Enjoy!
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    Fashion Isha’s Rosh Hashanah Table Decor- Stunning!

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    Fashion Isha’s Rosh Hashanah Table Decor- Stunning!

    No Comments 24 September 2011

     

    Thank you Sharon from Fashion Isha for sending in your Rosh Hashanah table decor!

    Hi Marlene,
    Shana Tova-
    Here’s what I did:
    I purchased yellow tulips and daisies, red roses, apples, pomegranates, lemons and honey from my local grocery store. I purchased flower pots, crystal bracelets, ribbons and mini jars from my local craft store. I placed 4 different sized vases (that I found around the house) in the center of the table and added the fruit and flowers keeping each type of flower separate and keeping all four vases at different elevations. I also placed some apples and lemons around the base of the vases.
    I place a bracelet around each flower pot and placed a pomegranate inside. I then filled the mini jars with honey and tied a red ribbon around each one. A pile of sheer gold ribbon makes a gorgeous base for the centerpiece or they can be laid across the table as runners.

    Thanks!

     

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    Lisa’s Endive, Green Apple, and Pistachio Salad

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    Lisa’s Endive, Green Apple, and Pistachio Salad

    2 Comments 14 September 2011

    I first met Lisa Ades about three years ago, when I was searching high and low for a film maker to help interview 300 of our communities elders for the Joseph J. Sitt Sephardic Heritage Museum. Being a sheltered yeshivah girl from Brooklyn, I was truly mystified as to how I would go about such a project, but Hashem had his plan.

    After asking around in supermarkets, exercise class, (“does anybody know a film maker….?) etc. and at marjan games, I finally got a call from my friend Barbara Azizo who said, “remember when you asked me about a fillm maker? I just remembered I DO know someone….”

    After interviewing several other talented people, I knew that Lisa was the right person for the job. Lisa’s grandfather  Joe Ades had come to this country from Aleppo at about the same time that mine had arrived. Her family was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., but at a certain point, Lisa’s dad had decided to move out of state. Lisa went on to film school, won several awards for directing the Channel 13  New York Series, among others.

    When Lisa heard about this opportunity,  she gave up her public career  for the chance to dig into her family roots alongside me, both of us being exactly the same age. All in all, we have interviewed over 300 people together with Joe Sitt as executive producer, to produce a 10 part documentary series on the history of the Sephardic Community. Stay tuned for Episode 3- Life in Bensonhurst- The Depression 1930’s…… to be seen October 9 in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center …. tickets going fast……

    By the way, Lisa is a gourmet cook whose recipes have been featured in Saveur Magazine….

    ” Hi Marlene-I got tired of eating boring lettuce leaves every night so created this bright, crunchy salad, incorporating all the shades of green for spring – pale green endive, bright green apple, deep parsley and gorgeous pistachios. We liked it so much I made it again the next night. And the next night… Lisa Ades”

    Lisa’s Endive, Green Apple, and Pistachio Salad:
    • 4 large heads endive (or 6 small ones) about 1.5 lbs.
    • 1 large green apple
    • 1 lemon
    • ¼ cup flat leaf parsley, chopped coarsely
    • ¼ cup dry roasted, unsalted pistachio nuts

    Dressing:
    • 1/2 shallot, minced (about 1 Tbl.)
    • 1 Tbl. sherry vinegar
    • ½ tsp. Dijon mustard
    • 1 garlic clove, smashed lightly
    • 3 Tbls. extra virgin olive oil
    • Salt and pepper
    • a half teaspoon of honey

    1. Cut apple into 4 large pieces around the core and julienne or cut into thin strips. Remove to a small bowl and toss the apple well with the juice of one lemon. This will prevent the apple from discoloring (and adds a citrusy flavor to the salad).

    2. Separate endive leaves; stack them and cut into long strips on the diagonal. Put them in a large bowl with the chopped parsley. Mix in the apple and pistachios. This can be refrigerated until ready to serve.

    3. Make dressing: in a small bowl, mix the minced shallot with the vinegar and let macerate for 10 mins to ½ hour. Wisk in the mustard, a whole garlic clove lightly smashed with the side of a knife, salt and pepper to taste and honey.

    4. When ready to serve, remove garlic clove and dress salad, using a little dressing at a time until it’s just coated.

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    Shirley’s Low Fat Apple Crisp

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    Shirley’s Low Fat Apple Crisp

    2 Comments 06 February 2011

    My daughter Shirley has been experimenting with new recipes as a newlywed and she is determined to buy lots of low fat healthy ingredients. She used to complain that I was the only mother who sent in organic apples for third grade snack  and she still recalls the sound of the thud that the whole apple made as it hit the bottom of the classroom garbage can. I never understood how she ended up with all those Laffy Taffy wrappers in her jacket pockets…

    “Hi Mom

    I made this Low Carb Apple Crisp recipe for you for Shabbat. Enjoy!

    Love,

    Shirley”

    Ingredients:

    • 4  Organic Baking Apples (honey crisp apples are delicious)
    • 1/4 cup quick cooking oatmeal
    • 1/4 cup whole grain pastry flour
    • 1/3 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
    • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    • 4 Tbsp Earth Balance Buttery Spread (if mixture seems dry- add a little more)
    1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
    2. spray an 8×8-inch baking pan with cooking spray.
    3. In a bowl, thoroughly combine the oatmeal, flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, and  Earth Balance margarine.
    4. Peel, core, and thinly slice the apples.
    5. Spread the apple slices evenly over the surface of the baking pan.
    6. Sprinkle the oatmeal-flour mixture over the apples.
    7. Bake in the preheated over for 30 minutes or until the apples are tender and the topping is golden brown.
    8. Serve warm, topping each serving with 1/4 cup frozen parve ice cream.

    Makes 8 servings. Double or triple the recipe for a big crowd.

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    Yummy Apple Chunks  Dipped in Chocolate  for Kids

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    Yummy Apple Chunks Dipped in Chocolate for Kids

    4 Comments 11 December 2010

    Rummaging around the archives, I found this great old post. I can’t wait to re-make these apple chunks!

    This updated recipe from our last post Healthy Snacks for Picky Eaters, was created when we we realized that we had run out of bananas.  Its another great last minute snack and takes about 10 minutes to put together.

    -we melted some chocolate  chips in the double boiler

    -then we chopped up 2 apples ito big chunks and sprinkled them with a teaspoon of lemon juice

    -skewered them with some shish kabob wooded sticks

    -set up some bowls with sprinkles, nuts, or any toppings will do.

    The comments from my seven year old-

    “Mommy this is awesome!”

    “Mommy stop eating all of them!”

    “They are for kids and you are getting fatter by the minute.” (she really said that)

    They really were yummy. We had a great time melting, dipping,  rolling, and crunching. I dont regret not one bite.


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    How to Make the Best Organic Baby Food From Scratch

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    How to Make the Best Organic Baby Food From Scratch

    No Comments 12 April 2010

    Now that Passover is behind us, its much easier to focus on the babies in our lives.

    Choosing to make homemade baby food is a great way to contribute to a baby’s early health. Starting them off on the right foot nutritionally will help set the stage for healthy eating habits in the future. Use fresh, organic produce where possible, and opt for no salt added, preservative free frozen produce where fresh is not available.

    Making homemade baby food will allow parents and caregivers to have complete control over what goes into a baby’s meal, leaving no doubt of all-natural ingredients. Remember that making homemade baby food isn’t only nutritious and delicious for baby, it’s a snap to prepare!

    There are countless combinations of fruits and vegetables that can be pureed together to make homemade baby food. Once the baby has shown she is tolerant of a certain food, begin to combine this food with other safe foods and offer new flavour combinations.

    • Potato, pea and leek
    • Avocado and banana
    • Plum and pear
    • Mango and banana
    • Apricot, pear, and apple
    • Apple, kiwi and pear
    • Butternut squash apple
    • Quinoa and banana
    • Fruity brown rice
    • Lentil, carrot and sweet potato

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    Spring Detox Juice Recipes

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    Spring Detox Juice Recipes

    2 Comments 07 April 2010

    Apple juice-ginger drink and Lavander lemonade...

    After all of that charoset and matzoh, its time to give our bodies a fresh start. Here are some  juicy recipes to help  jump start your spring!

    the following excerpt is adapted from here.

    “Imagine us all being kids again and we have spent the day out in a big huge pile of beautiful dirt, digging holes, making castles, playing with toys, living large. We come back inside and it’s time to clean up. How? Every which way; we clean our hair, our nails, our skin, our feet, our backs, our ears… wherever the dirt and gunk of the day got into. Same goes for cleansing our insides, and juicing cleanses the cells faster than any other food that I’ve found. Cleansing is not “new, and improved.”

    We are all cleansing right now, and have been since the moment of conception. Every cell is constantly peeing and pooping. Every time we breathe out, we’ve cleansed our body of the metabolic waste known as carbon dioxide. Every time we have a bowel movement, our body is eliminating old cellular material (interesting: up to 40% of every bowel movement is dead cells). Cleansing occurs because our body’s cells are constantly dying and being replaced with new cells. Our spleen and liver and stomach cells do it, our intestinal walls do it, even our bones and muscle cells do this regeneration circle of life. All vegetable juicing does is improve this spring-cleaning regeneration process.

    1. There is hardly any digestive work needed to process raw, enzyme  active liquid. Vegetable juice gets into the system quickly. 

    2. Squeezed vegetable juice is very nutrient-dense. This concentration acts to supercharge the system in the same way that herbal tinctures work. One of the words we are going to hear more about over the next few years is “phytonutrients,” or plant chemicals. They are proving-as those who have switched to whole foods always have known-to be the key behind keeping our bodies free of cancer, digestive problems, and other degenerative illnesses.

    3. The most important, and most overlooked, reason: juicing cleans the liver. I believe that the next big advance in understanding health will be in acknowledging the importance of self-detoxifying and de-sludging our liver. Sure, if you look into any human biology book, it already tells us that there are now over 700 known functions of the liver. But what we don’t realize is how that functionality is dependent on how unclogged it is.”

    the following juices are adapted from juicer recipes.com

    Orange Apple Carrot Celery Ginger Detox Juice Recipe

    2 oranges
    1 apple

    Carrot Apple Ginger Juice 3of3

    3 carrots
    1 celery stick
    1 inch ginger root

    process in juicer and serve.

    Pineapple Celery Ginger Flaxseed Detox Juicer Recipe

    2 cups pineapple

    3 celery sticks

    1 inch ginger root

    1/8 teaspoon flaxseed oil

    Process the celery, pineapple and ginger root through your juicer. Pour into a glass. Then add the flaxseed oil and mix thoroughly. You may want to make this juice and then put in a jar that has a lid — add the juice and the flaxseed oil — put the lid on the jar and shake vigorously to mix. Then pour it into a glass and enjoy!

    Cucumber Apple Mint Ginger Juicer Detox Recipe

    1 cucumber
    2 large sweet apples
    2 sprigs fresh mint leaves
    1/2 inch ginger root

    Process all the ingredients through your juicer.
    This is a great detox cleansing juice.



    Grape Apple Lemon Lime Juicer Detox Recipe

    1 cup of grapes
    1 apple
    1/2 lime
    1/4 lemon

    Process and serve in tall glasses. Garnish with a slice of  lime.

    Its a perfect time of year to buy a juicer. Not sure which one is for you? The video above may help you decide as the guys from organicjar.com test three popular juicers and compare price and functionality.

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    DIY Charoset for Junior Chefs

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    DIY Charoset for Junior Chefs

    1 Comment 17 March 2010

    Joan Nathan, author of  Jewish Cooking in America, is the go to author on traditional Jewish cooking. She also has a wonderful childrens’ book,  The Children’s Jewish Holiday Kitchen, where I found this simple to do Haroset recipe.

    • 8 apples
    • 2/3 cup almonds
    • 3 tablespoons sugar, or to taste
    • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    • Grated rind of 1 lemon
    • 4 tablespoons sweet red wine

    Equipment

    • Measuring cup
    • Measuring spoons
    • Vegetable peeler
    • Knife
    • Wooden chopping bowl
    • Old-fashioned chopper or food processor

    Preparation

    Child: Peel the apples and cut them in quarters, removing the core. Using your chopping bowl and chopper, chop together all the ingredients. The apples and almonds should be about the size of the chunks in chunky peanut butter. Add red wine to taste.

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