Buy props used in MaryJane’s books and magazine!
All proceeds (minus shipping and packing) will benefit www.firstbook.org, a non-profit that provides new books to children from low-income families throughout the U.S. and Canada.
MaryJane will post a photo of the prop and its cost here along with a few details as to its condition. The first person to call the farm and talk with Brian, 208-882-6819, becomes the new owner of a little bit of herstory. Shipping will be either USPS or UPS, our choice. No returns.
Are these from our Apple Pie Sunday tree? Gorgeous! I took a stab at your request on the Forum for deciding on a possible variety type called Karmine. According to a photo from my book, if these are the same apples, they look more like a Graventein, which ripens August to early September and grown in the Northwest. My book describes this variety as yellowish-white flesh that is tender, fine grained and crisp. The apples are roundish, lopsided, with a yellow skin marked with bright red and copper or orange. Gravensteins are good for pies, sauce making and with it’s spicy and tart taste, a great eating apple.
Maybe the inside of the apple will help determine which variety it could be. The photo on the Forum looks a bit different from these but the photo of the tree with the apples resembles this photo too.
Hmmmmm, what do you think now with this new information?