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Colonists loved the versatility of the Roxbury Russet, a Massachusetts variety and the oldest named American apple. “It’s good for cooking, good for cider making, and can be stored until April,” Watson says. How? Put it in a plastic bag, punch a few holes for some air, and keep it in a root cellar.

Updated Monday, August 23rd, 2010
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