Wednesday, November 26, 2008

What I bought on my ride in the country

I got one of these new fangled devices that peal core and cut apples in no time at all.
OK, Why do I need one. Look 2 bushels of Golden delicious apples for only $10.00.
$5.oo a bushel What a bargain!!
This is so fast and safe. 12 apples in no time.
At first I thought $29.00 Was to much for this device.
Now that I used it it is worth it's wait in gold.
And time saving.
So I made my first apple pie
Oh, if you are like me keep band aids handy for cutting fingers on wax paper box.
Look I made a happy pie.
You are wonderful. I am so thankful for all my blog friends.
I wish I could give each of you a pie.
But for now please except my Virtual gift.

I love you all.
If you missed my road trip to get this please look below for the pictures.


BevB said...

The apple peeler/slicers are great aren't they :-)
I find the slinky effect is also a novel way of getting children to eat more apples.
Your apple pie looks delicous :-)

Gail said...

Thank you for the pie! I love it!
Aren't those apple peelers just the handiest thing? Almost as handy as a pocket on a shirt.

white_lilly said...

Thanks for the pie :) Your new fandangled device looks like it will get a lot of use and what a bargain on the apples.
I loved your photos of your trip, the country always takes my breath away.
Take care :)

Anonymous said...

Mmmmmmmm, very good !!!
Poi passo a mangiarla !!!! ;-)))

Denise said...

That looks so yummy. Happy Thanksgiving dear one.

WiseAcre said...

I should get my daughter one of those peelers. I'd get more pie.

Thanks for the virtual pie. I ate the whole thing since they're not as filling.

playsdolls said...

I think the ride was worth it for those delicous looking apples.I have an apple peeler,we use it mostly to make potato rings to fry.Oh and I guess I got lucky cause I found mine at a thrift store for $3.00.

Ruth said...

We go through about 1/2 bushel of apples every 2 weeks. I get them at a Mennonite farm and buy seconds for applesauce and pies. I have never used the corer-peeler. Your pie looks good but you had better make more to stay in practice ;-)

Lady Katherine said...

I love the apple peeler, how great! wish I could find one! Wonderful trip! The pie was great, now I going to fridge to eat a piece of apple pie, you made me hungry after all that work.

Carla said...

that apple peeler is too cool! And your boxes of apples, look good enough to eat! Did you eat all the peelings or throw them to the chickens?

What a beautiful happy apple pie! I bet you smile when you eat it!

Thank you for sharing:)