Rome Beauty Apple

Availability: October 25
Flavor: mildly tart, slightly bland raw, flavor enhances when cooked
Flesh: greenish-white color, crisp, firm, somewhat dry
Storage: good keeper
Misc: also known as Red Rome, ok for snacking but excellent for drying, cooking and baking; holds texture and shape well when cooked, great as a whole baked apple
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
The Rome apple (also known as Red Rome or Rome Beauty) is a cooking apple originating near Rome Township, Ohio in the early 19th century. It remains popular for its glossy red fruit and for its utility in cooking.

Serving the Willamette Valley since 1934