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Partan Pie With Apple and Avocado Slaw

Partan Pie With Apple and Avocado Slaw

Using the large side of a grater, grate the carrot into a mixing bowl.

Remove the skin from 3/4 of the apple and grate into the carrot.

Chop the remaining 1/4 of the apple, leaving the skin in place, into small thin slices through the short side and add to the bowl.

Cut the avocados into quarters and remove the large stone. Peel the skin from each quarter, in one movement, from the narrow top end to the thicker base.

Set aside two of the quarters to make the dressing and chop the remaining six pieces into small bite-size chunks and add to the bowl.

Add the sliced red onion and spring onion, plus the leaves of flat parsley. Add one tablespoon of lemon juice and gently mix all the ingredients together.

For the dressing, place the yogurt, mayonnaise and remaining lemon juice into a mixing bowl, or a food processor or blender. Cut the remaining avocado pieces into small chunks and add to dressing. Mash together with a fork, or blend together in the processor, until smooth. Add the parsley, chives, cayenne, plus salt and pepper to taste.

Pour the dressing over the prepared salad ingredients and combine together well.

Check seasoning, cover and refrigerate before serving with the baked partan pie.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


You all know by now how I feel about rushing summertime out the door in favor of pumpkin spice whatever and dressing your house in a sweater of cozy decorations when it's still 90+ degrees outside. I'm not gonna have it! Not until the first day of fall. I'm pretty firm in my decision. however. I'm going to meet you in the middle when it comes to fall recipes.

September is the season of apples in my opinion because they provide a crunch and clean flavor that is so reminiscent of what we enjoy in the summer. Yet, they can be prepared in a cozy way that helps us anticipate what's to come when fall finally sets in at it's fullest.

This Red Cabbage Apple Slaw does a beautiful job of giving me the clean and bright summer flavor I crave when it's hot outside while, at the same time, being the feast of jewel-toned color that I want to enjoy for as long as possible in the fall.

While red cabbage is available all year-round, apples shine brightest in September-October. The weather is still fairly warm, and there are many outdoor barbecues still to be had as we socialize over a football game.


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