Since Jeremy and his friends now had more apples than they could possibly eat, they needed to find ways to use them up. So each friend hit the cookbooks and started busily baking (it's remarkable how many yummy recipes there are for apples!). As it happens, each friend did such a good job making one recipe, that it was forever after their specialty. Fortunately for them, each one had a different specialty. Determine the name of each friend's special recipe, the type of apples and special ingredient each dish used, and the number of apples each recipe used.
1. The recipes, in no particular order, were the recipe using cinnamon, the recipe using three apples, the apple tarts, the recipe using Macoun apples, and the apple crisp.
2. The recipe using the Cortland apples used one apple more than the apple bread but one apple less than the recipe using the raisins.
3. The muffins used one more apple than the recipe with the walnuts but two less apples than the recipe using the Red Delicious apples.
4. The nutmeg was used in the apple crisp, which used more than two apples but less than the apple pie used. The apple pie used more apples than the treat with the raisins.
5. The apple muffins, which weren't made with Macoun apples, used pecans.
6. The Empire apples weren't used in the apple crisp. The recipe using the McIntosh apples used the most apples.
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