If you miss the apple season as much as I do, you will enjoy Steven Edholm's recapitulation of the harvest on his farm.
In a recent post on his blog, Turkeysong, Steven shares his apple tasting notes for the second half of his growing season, which, since he is located near Ukiah, California, lasts until late January.
Steven has eclectic tastes and has planted some unusual varieties, including Wickson, Newtown Pippin, and Grenadine, a novelty apple with deep red flesh.
His reviews are short and evocative and illustrated with his gorgeous photos. How can you not admire such pithy lines line as "The perfect apple for people who like to chew on lemons," even if you do not agree? (Steven was describing Karmejn de Sonneville picked early.)
This is the sequel to a similar post about summer and early-fall apples. Pull up the memories and breath deep.