from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A variety of apple having medium fruit with a red skin and white, crisp flesh.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A juicy, late-ripening apple similar to a McIntosh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. similar to McIntosh; juicy and late-ripening
Artel offered a generous spread of upstate produce, including crisp Macoun apples, homemade pickles, artisanal cheese, and pumpkin cookies.
Alongside it, I have the first Macoun apples and the first apple cider* of the season.
THE PERFECT APPLE WOULD have the firmness of a Fuji, the crispness of a Macoun and the aroma of an Empire.
Cortland, Empire and Macoun first grew on these 800 acres, which also support studies on raspberries, cabbage, grapes and corn.
(I use Macintosh, Cortland, Macoun – individually or a mixture) 2 Tbsp. dark molasses
Bag of fresh golden delicious, Mutsus, Ida Reds, Macoun that taste nothing like store bought and cost 80% less?
Gilmour and Macoun helped the Maple Leafs get to the conference finals in 1993 and Gilmour had five productive years in Toronto, where he enjoyed cult status among the Toronto faithful.
I had lots of Fuji and Macoun apples from the market, so I invited them, because I knew their mild sweetness would bring out that of the parsnips.
Aside: although they do sell my favorite apple, the glorious Macoun, all of their apples pale in comparison to those from my beloved Red Jacket Orchards.
Kanseen was sprinting up Macoun Street, her cloak abandoned on the ground by the stalls.
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