Cooking Apple

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Cooking Apple

Postby htkm » 24 Jun 2008, 09:14

Any one know where I can get cooking apple? And a good recipe for apple pie.
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Re: Cooking Apple

Postby supermarc » 26 Jun 2008, 14:08

The missus makes apple pies using fresh apples from the supermarket so I don't know what you meant by "cooking apples".

For ready-to-use apple pie fillings, you can try Poon Huat. I'm pretty sure that I saw it before. Hope this helps
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Re: Cooking Apple

Postby spud » 21 Jul 2008, 19:37

U get hold of any..
Best U might use here is "Granny Smith's"
Green and pretty tarty in taste.
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Re: Cooking Apple

Postby Hunty » 21 Jul 2008, 22:00

good lord.

did I just see somebody become..."resident" for a fleeting moment ?
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Re: Cooking Apple

Postby spud » 22 Jul 2008, 23:00

Yep..
Just dont whack me pretty tender LOL..
Same old same old, but different depth and taste :(
But hoping like hang to bang an Irish Red down this week end.

cheers Spud..
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