- Named for Maria Ann Smith, German breeder and tax collector. (Wiktionary)
- After Maria Ann Smith (died 1870), Australian woman to whom its development is attributed. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Dipping options include radicchio chunks (love the bitterness against the cheese), Granny Smith apples, large berries, button mushrooms, blanched asparagus, sliced cooked chicken or grass-fed sausage, tomato chunks, or—in the second week—French Meadow Bakery’s Healthy Hemp bread (cubed).”
“The next witness for the prosecution, Jane Lambertsen, perched on the stand, well dressed in a flowered spring dress, chic gold jewelry, and a sweater the color of Granny Smith apples.”
“Additional ingredients could be baby Swiss cheese, dill pickle such as Strub’s organic, or even Granny Smith apple slices.”
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