Around the World – Hungary

This installment of Around the World with Ambrosia Apples takes us to Hungary. Although Ambrosia apples are not currently grown there, based on a comparison of 161 countries in 2019, Hungary ranked the highest in apple consumption per capita (on the other end of the...

Fall in the Orchard

Kids are back in school, and the days are getting shorter, which means that Autumn is coming. It is a very busy time for our BC Ambrosia apple growers, who are preparing their orchards for harvest, and determining when their delicious Ambrosia apples are ready to...

Around the World – USA

According to The American Table, a website dedicated to all things culinary in the US, the only apples indigenous to North America are wild sour crab apples. Seeds for all other varieties were brought to the colonies by the first settlers, who felt a nostalgic...

Cedar Plank Salmon with Ambrosia Apples and Peaches

If you are a fan of the grill, you will love this new salmon recipe! We were inspired by the fresh, local peaches and basil that are in abundance this summer, and decided to add a little crunch with the Ambrosia apples. We served ours with rice, a sprinkling of anise...

Around the World With Ambrosia Apples – Greece

Apples have a long history. It is said that they originated in Central Asia, probably in Kazakhstan. In fact, the capital of Kazakhstan, Alma Ata, means “full of apples.” By 1500 BC apple seeds had been carried throughout Europe, including to Greece, where they have...