This morning we went off to a farm just across the Pennsylvania border that lets people pick apples from their orchard. Every variety (except honeycrisp) is $0.70/lb, which is great for our area of the country, where $0.99 for is the cheapest that the cheaper varities sell for on a good day. We loaded up mostly on Jonagold and Staman apples. The Jonagold variety was extremely juicy, though not as full of flavor as we were hoping--but still not bad, only average. I had never tried a Staman apple before, but I really like them! A little more tart, a little less juicy, but still sweet. Almost like candy.