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Apple Season Is Upon Us

But don’t turn on the oven yet. Celebrate with a fritter.

Red apples in small wooden baskets for sale at a farmers market.
Photo: Michelle Shinners/Moment/Getty Images

It’s that glorious time of summer when apples and peaches overlap at the farmers market. I’m sure some of you are dying to make an apple pie, but I’d argue it’s early yet for that.

Instead, opt for a fritter. The batter here is very similar to that of a cake doughnut, but where a doughnut is…




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Has published 30 books, including How to Cook Everything and VB6: The Case for Part-Time Veganism. Newsletter at markbittman.com.

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