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Today's Eat Beat: Long and slow baked apples

 

Today's "Eat Beat" recipe demonstration is for long and slow baked apples from Food editor Russ Parsons: "A two-hour spin on the fashionable French restaurant dessert 20-hour apples, they are sliced very thin, layered in individual ramekins with a little sugar and some orange zest, and baked. The result is almost like an apple custard." You can also find the recipe here.

Catch our televised recipe demonstrations on KTLA channel 5 every Wednesday and Friday toward the end of the 1 p.m. news hour; you can also watch the videos on Food's homepage.

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