- v. Simple past tense and past participle of core.
“Fill with the apples, peeled and cored and finely sliced, and sweeten to taste with sugar.”
“My version of Dan Lepard's lovely mincemeat and apple pies.plain flour 350g, plus extra for rollinglight, soft brown sugar 75gbaking powder 1 tspfine salt ½ tspground ginger 2 tspunsalted butter cold, cut into small cubescold milk 225mlmincemeat 400gBramley apples 2, peeled, cored and finely diceddemerara sugar to finishPut the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and ginger in a mixing bowl, toss in the butter and stir in the milk.”
“I carried them home from the farmers market, cored them, and stuffed them with currants, brown sugar, almonds, a little butter, and then baked them for about an hour.”
“At least once a month, I was not permitted to start my homework until I had peeled, cored, and sliced enough apples for several pies.”
“They cored out zucchini, tomatoes, green peppers; millions of hands rolled grape leaves in Basra, Mosul, Baghdad, Sulaymaniya, Erbil, and a thousand villages across Iraq.”
“Red jasper cored from layers 3.46 billion years old suggests that not only did the oceans contain abundant oxygen then, but that the atmosphere was as oxygen rich as it is today, according to geologists.”
“Ingredients 12 Early Girl tomatoes, cored and rough-chopped”
“Arrange the cored apples upright in a snug baking dish.”
“Her body convulses and she pulls the emergency cored.”
“All of his arguments are cored around this guys death.”
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