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Soft, sweet, sometimes slightly spicy, stewed apples are a favorite side dish for pork, especially right as a counterpoint to salty country ham. Slivered or chunked, they almost always are served warm. At Miss Mary Bobo’s Boarding House in Lynchburg, Tennessee, apple slivers are stewed in Jack Daniel’s. At the great fried-chicken houses around Charlottesville, Virginia, cinnamon-dusted stewed apples fit perfectly on a plate of salty fried chicken and pungent collard greens.