Golden Delicious

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Golden Delicious

A variety of apple having fruit with skin ranging in color from yellow to yellowish green and sweet, crisp flesh.

Golden Delicious


Golden Delicious apple

(Plants) a variety of eating apple having sweet flesh and greenish-yellow skin

Gold′en Deli′cious

a bright yellow variety of Delicious apple.
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Noun1.Golden Delicious - a sweet eating apple with yellow skinGolden Delicious - a sweet eating apple with yellow skin
Delicious - variety of sweet eating apples
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The company has genetically enhanced their varieties of Golden Delicious and Granny Smith apples so that they produce lower levels of the natural chemical that causes cut and bruised apples to brown.
Stark Bro's discovered both the Red Delicious and Golden Delicious apple.
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The blending grapes contribute substantially to the big pear that dominates on the tongue, abetted by golden delicious apple and nuanced with touches of honeysuckle, vanilla, oak and ginger.
The fruits were harvested from apple cultivars: Royal Gala, Mondial Gala and Golden Delicious at commercial maturity stage at Matta, Swat.
In a first step, the investigators determined the extent of flavor release from six commercial apple cultivars: Fuji, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Morgen Dallago and Red Delicious.
Participants were instructed to eat either a Red or a Golden Delicious apple every day for four weeks.
MOST bands ask for Bolly, Cristal, Tennent's or some other vice before they hit the stage at T in the Park - but Nina Nesbitt will insist on Golden Delicious.