The other day I stumbled upon my mother's collection of old recipes. I sat for a long time looking at recipe after recipe scribbled on thin pieces of paper or, in fancier cases, stiff recipe cards. One seasonal recipe grabbed my attention: Nabby Apple Cake. Nabby? Oh! I bet the writer meant nubby. The idea of a cake studded with apple pieces sounded good to me. And if my mom kept the recipe, it must be worth making.
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Every now again, you come across a warm dessert so appealing you swear it's "cool!" Now as the weather this apple-picking season itself turns cool, Kitchen Sink blogger Kristin offers a way to warm up body and soul with her Dimply Apple Cake, an adaptation of Dorie Greenspan's Dimply Plum Cake. According to Kristin, "This recipe is much like that black dress. It's unassuming and simple but, when the occasion is right, it's the perfect choice." It's also rustically elegant. And tonight just might be the "right" occasion....