I figure, this is a question we can all answer. And perhaps, hopefully, learn from each other.
I cut an apple two ways, depending on if I am eating it or serving it.
If I am eating it myself, I cut and eat as I go. I start from one side and cut thin disc slices until I hit the core and have half an apple. Then I turn it and go down the other side cutting half circles until I hit the core again and only have a quarter left. Then I go down that side cutting half circles until I hit the core and only have one core width slice left. And then I cut off that slide and eat it.
If I am serving it, I try for equal sized pieces. So I quarter the apple, cutting through the core. Then I slice out the core bits by doing two angled cuts. Then I slice the quarters into 3 nice wedges. So I end with 12 same sized wedges with an angled cut in the center where I took out the core.
What is your system?
Follow up questions:
Do you eat apples with cheese?
Do you eat apples with peanut butter?
(I almost never do cheese, do peanut butter all the time)
Do you eat apples with anything else?
Should an apple pie be:
A. Just apples
B. Apples and raisins/cranberries
C. Apples and Walnuts
(I am strongly “a”)