Definitions

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  • n. large red apple used primarily for baking

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Then the station master, remembering the apples at the last moment, ran with the basket, crowned still by the Rome Beauty for which he had refused five dollars, and dropped it as a parting tribute at her feet.

    The Rim of the Desert

  • If they're available, choose Rome Beauty apples for this recipe.

    The Perdue Chicken Cookbook

  • I studied catalogues and talked with pomologists until my mind was nearly unsettled, and finally decided upon Jonathan, Wealthy, Rome Beauty, and

    The Fat of the Land The Story of an American Farm

  • Why purchase or cultivate a worthless crab apple tree or a hybrid when Rome Beauty, Northern Spy, or Grimes Golden, and other standard varieties of apples may be secured for a few additional cents?

    Community Civics and Rural Life

  • Tip: Gala and Rome Beauty apples are ideal for baking because they retain their shape.

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • : Instead of the peaches, substitute 5 large red-skinned baking apples (about 2 1 / 2 pounds), such as Cortland, Jonathan, or Rome Beauty.

    Reader's Digest

  • I also used the Golden Delicious apples in Cinnamon-Streusel Muffins, although the recipe recommended a tart apple such as Granny Smith or Rome Beauty.

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  • 6 Rome Beauty or McIntosh apples about 2 3/4 pounds, peeled, cored, and each cut into 8 wedges 1. Preheat oven to 425°.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Alexander, Fallawater, Holland Pippin, McIntosh and Rome Beauty were the best.

    New York at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis 1904 Report of the New York State Commission

  • The most popular cooking apples are -- Bramley, Idared, Newton Pippin, Northern Spy and Rome Beauty.

    thecookscottage

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