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There’s No Better Time For This Cake Than NOW
I’m pretty proud of my apple trees in the backyard. Wow – that kind of sounded like I had a huge orchard back there, with an overload of shiny, red apples… Haha! I assure you that’s not how it is at all! I have two (that’s right, 2) tiny apple trees that I’ve planted with my own hands, and I’ve watched them grow, year by year, as if they were my babies. One of them is smaller than the other one – the story behind it makes me laugh now, but it wasn’t funny back then!
When I planted those trees, I did everything by the book. Believe me when I tell you, not even a professional gardener could have done a better job! I added supporting sticks, I watered them, I did everything I could to make those little baby trees grow. And then the rabbit came.
That one sneaky rabbit destroyed one of my trees overnight, and I was so mad I swore I would make stew out of it, if I ever caught it in action. Well, I never did, and the next year I planted a new tree (which is why the other one is now smaller).
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Quick Tip: Serve with vanilla cream or ice cream!