What are your favorites? Mine are Red Delicious and Honeycrisp!
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Phil McArdle says
Macintosh and Ida Red apples.
Eric Bjerregaard says
Empire and Jonathan, they are cheaper than Gala and honey crisp. And have a twangy sweetness. Crunchy as well. None of the mealy texture that Romes have.