- Idareds - were developed in Idaho, a cross between two old-time New York apples, Jonathan and Wagener
- First grown in Penn Yan in 1791 - a staple of the US processing markets for generations
- Firm, pale, yellow-green flesh, sometimes tinted rosy pink
- Sweetly tart - juicy
- Awesome for sauces, cooking, baking and pies and freezing
- Good for eating, and fresh in salads
- Idareds make a beautifully colored applesauce
- Cook the apples with the skins on and strain the sauce to get the best pink color
- October through August
- Idared apples pair well with wine and cheese.
- Idared apples store very well. Note, all apples store best when refrigerated.
- Order today by the gift box or by the bushel case
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