That makes me think: perhaps of all foods, the gulf between a mediocre apple and a good one is the most broad. Because when you buy Carl Buddig, you know you're getting mediocre ham from the get-go. An apple reveals all at the moment you bite in, and no branding can confirm what it will deliver. That's why this honeycrisp genus is such a leap forward. Always crisp, always sweet, always meeting those high expectations so often undermined by the mealy Galas of yore...And until I get my new laptop battery, this is how posting is probably going to be: short, surreptitious, and largely stolen from other writers.
Thursday, December 06, 2007
The apple of my eye.
I was just emailing the Brit about how freaking good this honeycrisp apple is, and here's what he wrote back: