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Apple Butter
Preserves

Apple pulp, reduced, usually with sweet spices, bottled and matured before use. (White 1932).

Generally thought of as a preparation originating in New England, an accompaniment for cold meats or a spread for bread.


Apple Butter
Northampton Mercury - Saturday 21 September 1889


See:
Apple Sauce


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