Prose poem (mine).

Charoset

 

You start with two granny smiths, or, you know, another hard, tart, apple-type. I do all the Making and your grandpa does the Chopping. So two granny smiths, walnuts, raisins, or this-year-I’m-using-cranberries. After it’s all chopped you add the honey—I have some cinnamon honey this year—and some cinnamon sugar if you have it and then you add a little sweet kosher wine. I always have a bottle of sweet kosher wine around so you just add that in. Then you mix it all together, all chopped, and you should put it away for a little while if you have time, because, you know sweetie, it gets better sitting with itself like that.

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