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Spanish: Tarta de Manzana
By Sharon Fabian
1 Apple pies look good, smell good, and taste good. They are fun to make too.
2 To make an apple pie, you could start by going out to an apple orchard. An orchard is a field full of fruit trees. In the orchard, you set up a ladder, strap on a basket, and climb up to pick your apples.
3 Instead of picking your own apples, you could go to a farmer's market. At the farmer's market, you choose a basket of apples to buy. Sometimes you can try a sample first. You could also buy some apples at the grocery store.
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