With trees erupting into a fiery array of reds and yellows, and a chill in the air, apple season is in full swing around the northern hemisphere. While there are few things more satisfying than biting into a crisp, juicy apple, some varieties are equally good cooked. Making apple butter is one of my favorite ways of preparing apples. It’s easy to make, versatile to use and when frozen can preserve the taste of fall well into spring. This week over at PBS Food, I have a chunky apple butter recipe that will have you reaching for a spoon!