Apples are a widely cherished fruit with a rich history. They come in various colors, from classic red and green varieties to yellow and even multicolored options, each offering a unique blend of sweetness, tartness, and texture. Apples are not only a delicious snack but also a versatile ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes that also provide dietary fiber, vitamin C, and various antioxidants. Beyond their nutritional value, apples hold cultural significance in many societies and have inspired countless legends, stories, and idiomatic expressions. Whether enjoyed fresh off the tree or transformed into pies, sauces, or ciders, apples symbolize wholesome, natural goodness that transcends culinary boundaries.

Best Seasons for Apples
Fall is one of the best times of the year when it comes to seasonal produce! Save this list to have on hand for harvest season when you hit your local grocery store, farmers market, or CSA!
Bookmark RFD-TV’s Winter Produce Guide list to have on hand whenever you hit your local grocery store, farmers market, or CSA to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables all season long!
Save this list to have on hand when you hit your local grocery store, farmer’s market, or CSA all season long!
Apple Recipes
Posterity Cider Works is focusing on quality with their ciders. In this clip, Brendan Barnard and Trevor chat about developing flavors with different apples and how older varieties of apples change over time.
Growing Apples
In San Joaquin County, Jake Samuel, California’s recent Young Farmers & Ranchers awardee reflects on a decade marked by persistent efforts and strategic decisions in fruit production.
The Farm Monitor takes us to Aaron Family Orchards in Ellijay, Georgia, where they are sprouting with fun activities, flowers, and family traditions!
Explore the culinary wonders of Camino’s Apple Hill, where tradition meets delicious innovation at community institutions like Larsen Apple Barn.
Latest Headlines: Apples
RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender was down on Broadway covering all the action at CMA Fest when she stumbled upon some apple farmers from North-Central Washington selling a new, must-try apple variety.