‘Burn the infected branch, or even the whole tree,’ writes Helen Rosner

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Helen Rosner writes how one bad apple spoils the bunch in “The New Yorker.” Photo credit: Couleur/CC 2.0, via Pixabay

Food Correspondent Helen Rosner reads her recent piece for, “The New Yorker,”  in which she explains apple rot and disease, while invoking the old adage of a few bad apples spoiling the bunch.



Evan Kleiman