We used six new apple corers as well as our old favorite to core bushels of apples.
What We Learned
An apple corer should make fast work of prepping the fruit, with a sharp-edged metal barrel that tunnels out the core with the twist of the wrist. But if the edge doesn’t easily pierce the apple, or if the core gets jammed in the barrel, you might wish you’d used a knife instead. So when we noticed a slew of new corers claiming to make the task easier, we used six (priced from $8.99...