from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A variety of apple having fruit with green skin and tart, tough flesh.
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- n. A green apple originating from Australia.
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- n. apple with a green skin and hard tart flesh
The Granny Smith is a tart but juicy and crisp apple - a favourite for the quintessential apple pie.
For different textures within the same cake, try baking with a combination of apples, such as Granny Smith (which is quite tart), Macintosh (which is firm), and Cortland (which gets very soft with cooking).
Apple Cobbler Spice Cake For the cobbler: 8 cups peeled and sliced firm, tart apples such as Granny Smith 1 cup brown sugar 1 pinch salt 1 teaspoon
Specially crafted cocktails will include The Big Apple, fresh Granny Smith apple juice, Bulleit bourbon, simple syrup and a celery leaf; Jamaican Splash, sweet sorrel syrup with Appleton's rum and tart lime juice; Nordic Cooler, Lingonberry, St. Germain and vodka; and Shochu Cha, Shouchu, Canton and oolong tea.
I enumerated my first point by extending a silver talon; it caught the light from my eyes and rendered Apples in shades of green—a Granny Smith.
Grass grew underneath them so Granny Smith green I thought at first it was AstroTurf.
Favorites at lunch, which began last month, include the poached-chicken apple salad ($13) and the open-faced turkey sandwich with ginger juice and Granny Smith apples on raisin-walnut bread ($10).
I will admit to lingering by them at the Granny Smith apples to tally up the number of piercings.
It's a fitting venue for what proves to be an education in what goes into making these delicious wines and what to look out for when tasting them, from Granny Smith apples to prunes.
You may have caught a glimpse of gymnastics on TV, noticed a fresh bloom on a houseplant or eaten a just-ripe Granny Smith apple -- these are all things that to me would conjure the quality of energy I seek.
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