The only crisp apples I have left in storage are some of my red delicious. The Ambrosia were great until December 10th then the skins started to shrivel. I made some Ambrosia into applesauce and found it quite good and did not need to add any sugar since it was such a sweet apple.
I am tickled pink that my sister-in-law returned again from another visit to family in Arizona. She brought me back another giant bag of lemons picked from her daughter's tree. The bonus gift were really great seedless oranges she picked off a neighbor's tree (with permission). They are some of the best sweetest oranges I have ever eaten.
My wife's favorite at this time is consuming some of the 17 quarts of Bartlett pears I canned from my crop back in September. How many pears can a tree produce? I canned 17 quarts, my sister-in-law canned 24 quarts and we still had too many pears. It is a standard size tree.
The pigs got to eat all that was left. The fruit was good sized too as I had thinned them last
June. That tree always me amazes me how much fruit it can produce in a good year.