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  1. carey November 1, 2012 at 11:26 am · Reply

    Good to hear you survived Sandy relatively unscathed! My friend in Nyack sent me pictures of an enormous tree that miraculously managed to fall in the 20-foot space between her house and the neighbor’s.

    The honeycrisps have been ridiculous this year. I don’t even understand. I had one last night that tasted like I was crunching on millions of delicious apple-y ice crystals. I was planning to use part of the bagful in my fridge to make an apple shrub, but now it seems like a shame to use them for anything besides straight eating. Love ‘em in salad!

  2. Eileen November 1, 2012 at 2:14 pm · Reply

    Glad to hear you guys are doing ok, and that everything is more or less in one piece! This salad sounds like the most gourmet of meals for a power outage. Apple and walnut, oh my!

  3. Amy November 1, 2012 at 9:48 pm · Reply

    Glad to hear you were safe from Sandy. The pictures do seem insanely surreal, as an outsider at least. Something very eerie about seeing manhattan blanketed in darkness.

    And you’ve never had honeycrisp apples?! They are only my aboslute favorite apples. I’m usually a real snob when it comes to eating apples as they are raw, that I only ever allow myself to eat honeycrisp apples. It’s just that once you try them, there’s no going back… Anyway! Glad you’ve discovered them. I love the idea of an apple salad— that pairing of apples and walnuts with a poppy seed vinaigrette sounds spot on perfect.

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