For the past few growing seasons, I've been thrilled to see more and more varieties of summer apples popping up at my farmers' market. Though many people, at least in the northeast, associate apples with autumn, plenty of heirloom varieties are ready to eat in mid-summer. That makes me happy for lots of reasons, not least of all because now I get to make caramel apples for my Labor Day barbecue and feel totally legit about it.
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Some take the high road, and some take the low. But me, I like to walk somewhere in the middle. When figuring out how to "caramel" my apples from apple-picking, I knew I didn't want the sugar sheet wrap-on caramel,...