Need tips on Preserving Critter Bitten Apples for future Pie
We recently moved to new property that had been seriously neglected over many years, and there is an Anna Apple at the edge of the property on a very steep incline.
It's hard to reach the apples for picking, but the birds have no problem.
These apples are gradually ripening 1 - 5 per day, and they almost all have bird pecks in them.
I plan to make apple pies for the fourth, and am wondering how to slowly save them up until pie baking day. I cut out the bird pecks, but the exposed parts will go brown. What to do?
Your advice is appreciated.