eating apple

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Research* shows that although more than half of respondents (53 per cent) crunch into an apple each week, and almost a quarter (24 per cent) of Britons who eat apples enjoy eating apples because they can buy home grown varieties, 41 per cent of people who eat apples find it difficult to pick out British grown apples.
Such a mini-orchard looks beautiful and provides between 200 and 300 apples to eat fresh or to use in apple pies and apple sauce from mid-August through October and eating apples and some pies through February.
Ingredients: 250g self-raising flour 175g butter 175g light muscovado sugar 1/2 tsp cinnamon 2 rounded tbsp demerara sugar 1 small eating apple 2 large eggs, beaten 1 orange, finely grated zest 1 tsp baking powder 225g blackberries A 9x20x13cm loaf tin is ideal, but if yours is shallower, the cake may cook faster, so test after an hour.
I HEARD on the radio that there is a new red eating apple on the market which is the tastiest yet.
BRAEBURN is the most popular eating apple in Britain.
Heritage cider brand Merrydown has updated its packaging to emphasise its 6o-year history and unique eating apple contents.
SautA the diced eating apple in a little butter for 2(3 minutes.
The actress' character has to throw up dramatically, after eating apple and pear cobbler, for which Polanski along with CGI, technicians had to set up a complicated rig to aid the flow.
Chutney: Place one eating apple, cored and cut into thick slices, one onion, thinly sliced, two large sprigs fresh rosemary, 30ml (2tbsp) maple syrup or honey, 75ml (5tbsp) apple juice, into a saucepan, cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes.
Dental nurse wins job tribunal after getting written warning for eating apple.
Earlier this year, Tesco introduced the Greenstar, the first green eating apple to be grown in the UK in 30 years.
FOR THE SAUSAGES 450g (1lb) lean pork mince 1 eating apple, peeled, cored and diced 30ml (2tbsp) chopped sage 100g (3oz) Dutch Edam wedge, cut into small cubes 2 spring onions, chopped 1 egg, beaten 15ml (1tbsp) sunflower oil TO SERVE Finger rolls Shredded iceberg lettuce Apple sauce Place all the ingredients for the sausages in a large bowl, season with salt and freshly ground black pepper, then mix well.
What is claimed to be the first new variety of green eating apple grown commercially in the UK for 30 years goes on sale in Tesco in December.
Cut 450g (1lb) lean lamb neck fillet into slices and place in the bottom of an ovenproof pie dish with one eating apple, cored and sliced into thin wedges and one onion, sliced.
Mix together the peeled and chopped eating apple, sultanas, cinnamon and Demerara sugar.