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  • Mr Lepard's festively titled bramley and mincemeat pasties made with a brown-sugar version of rough puff pastry are among the most heavenly things I have eaten this year.

    Nigel Slater's mincemeat pasties and lamb recipes

  • All the desserts are worth trying but don't miss the berries and the bramley apple pie.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Eats Where? Le Caprice

  • I'd like to share another way I've enjoyed parsnip soup: parsnip paired with bramley apple, sweet 'n sour 'n aromatic:

    Parsnip Soup

  • I also used nearly double the amount of rhubarb recommended half a kilo instead of half a pound and would happily make this using a mix of rhubarb and sour bramley apples, or even just using sour apples if rhubarb is out of season.

    big crumb coffee cake | smitten kitchen

  • I bought two big boxes of Victoria plums absolutely my favourite fruit in the whole world - when I was a child I would sit in the plum tree eating them until I gave myself stomach ache, two boxes of strawberries and some giant bramley apples.

    A fruitful day

  • I bought two big boxes of Victoria plums absolutely my favourite fruit in the whole world - when I was a child I would sit in the plum tree eating them until I gave myself stomach ache, two boxes of strawberries and some giant bramley apples.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • I usually use 2-3 normal granny smiths for 1 bramley.

    Translucent apple tart

  • I know that in the UK there are cooking bramley and eating apples, but I am not sure the equivalents here.

    ap·ple pie

  • In 1998 they produced 150 bottles of apple juice, using a cox and bramley mix.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Having spent most of their married life running three newsagents in west London, they decided to move out to Kent, buying 85 acres of bare land in 1983 which they planted from scratch - bramley orchards, vegetables, even the hedges.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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