Great-looking fried apple slices, sitting next to a pork chop, are probably Romes. These superb apples retain their shape and tart flavor beautifully when cooked. This old-time variety originated in Ohio in 1816
but is widely grown in New York State.
Firm, greenish white flesh
Excellent for sauces, baking and pies
Good for salads and freezing
Combine Romes with a sweet apple, such as Golden Delicious, for a nicely tart’n’ tasty blended applesauce.
Late October through September
Information courtesy of Apples From New York