There is nothing quite like smelling the aroma of apple crisp on a cold winter day. It is one of the smells most of us would use when asked to describe how does home smell like. Nowadays when we have hundreds of culinary shows airing on TV, we see a lot of experimenting in cooking, and there is nothing wrong with that.
However, sometimes it is nice to return to the culinary basics and prepare food the way our mothers and grandmothers did it. This especially goes for the apple crisp, a recipe that is so rooted in our tradition that would be a shame to change it. In this article, we’ll teach you, not only how to prepare the apple crisp, but also some other valuable knowledge and tricks, so stick around for your back to the basics lesson.