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I’ve never heard of Snow Apples. I wonder if they call them something else in Canada or …?
Your post reminded me of that song…my son used to sing it:
“Shoofly pie and Apple Pandowdy
Makes your eyes light up and your tummy say “Howdy!”
BTW, looks really tasty ; )
that cakes looks amazing,bad luck mine i dont have the book:(
soory to hear you can have your apples this year, sound like a great apples!
sorryto hear that you cant have the apples (i write it incorrect in the past post, sorry lol)
Aurora’s Mom, I’m not sure if they go by another name or not. I think they might be considered an heirloom variety. I did find this LINK that says snow apples were introduced to the US via Canada in 1739! So it sounds like Canada had them first!!! Rob is going to love that quote from that song. His eyes really do light up when he sees pandowdy! LOL
Johanna, I knew what you meant 😀 I always seem to make typos when I’m leaving comments.
snow apples? i am intrigued. I love a good pandowdy!
Emmy, I’m so sorry to hear that you weren’t able to get snow apples! This weekend, I went back to a couple of apple orchards, and none had snow apples. I’m going to ask if they know of any local orchards that grow them next time. I’m obsessed! If I find them, I’ll have to send you some!
That pawdaddy looks scrumptious- time for another round of apple baking!
I’ve never had pandowdy, but it looks incredible! 🙂
Sorry to hear about the snow apples…I’ve never even heard of them before.
Wow, I just realized I called your pandowdy a “pawdaddy”- what a typo! I’m sorry, I don’t know where that came from. =) Btw, I can’t wait to see your anniversary post.
I LOVE apples, but I’ve never heard of a snow apple. I don’t think we get very many varieties of apples in Texas. The pandowdy looks really really awesome – a definite “must try”!
pandowdy looks dandy! the snow apples sound delicious & is a new one for me — sorry it worked out that way…
Emmy, you star you, making vegan treats for others like that. What a big heart you have! Nice that you made the Apple Pandowdy again as a thank you as well. Super sweet! If i see any snow apples, i’ll get your address and send them to you… for you and your sweet grandma! Disappointment for now, but maybe there will be a way, Emmy! Keep the positive outlook… you never know!
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