A seed hidden in the heart of an apple is an orchard invisibleWelsh Proverb
There’s a lot of sayings about apples, but one thing is true no matter where you are. Apples are absolutely delicious, and they’re a healthy addition to anyone’s diet. (Well, unless you’re allergic, but let’s not talk about the corner cases, hmm?). The history of the apple goes back a long way and can be traced all the way back to present-day Turkey, and from there they’ve spread out across the entire world to become one of the most ubiquitous fruits ever.
History of Eat An Apple Day
International Eat An Apple Day has its roots in thousands of cultural celebrations around the globe where the apple is
Apples are delicious and are part of the identity of many countries’ food cultures. Consider the American Apple Pie, so much a part of their identity that is to state something is truly, fundamentally American, people have been known to state “As American As Apple Pie.” Apple dumplings, Apple Custards, Caramel Apples at Halloween, these delicious fruits appear all over the map as part of people’s favorite treats. Ireland was even known to make a Beef Apple Stew that decidedly had its own flavor palette, sweet instead of savory. International Eat An Apple Day encourages you to share in these experiences, and perhaps create some of your own.
How to celebrate Eat An Apple Day
The best way to celebrate is right there in the name. Eat an apple! And there are so many ways to enjoy them, including straight off the tree, sliced and dipped in peanut butter, caramel, or dusted with cinnamon. Of course, the best way in our opinion is to consume them as part of that delicious treat, the apple pie. Do you want to top it off with the ultimate topping? A hot slice with a scoop of vanilla ice cream can’t be beaten.