Cox's Orange Pippin


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Cox's Orange Pippin

(ˈkɒksɪz)
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(Plants) a variety of eating apple with sweet flesh and a red-tinged green skin. Often shortened to: Cox
[C19: named after R. Cox, its English propagator]
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Noun1.Cox's Orange Pippin - a yellow Pippin with distinctive flavor
Pippin - any of numerous superior eating apples with yellow or greenish yellow skin flushed with red
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Peel and dice a whole celeriac then add it to the pan with 4 Cox's Orange Pippin apples (cored and quartered) For more recipes see Essentialcuisine.
But in the 19th century, English breeders started cross-pollinating to produce classics we enjoy today such as Cox's Orange Pippin and Bramley.
For the vanilla parfait: 175g unrefined golden caster sugar 6 fresh, free-range egg yolks 570ml double cream The seeds of 4 large vanilla pods For the strudel: 600g Cox's Orange Pippin (or similar) apple, peeled, cored and cut into 1cm dice 6 sheets of fresh filo pastry (about 40 x 30cm) 100g hazelnuts, skinned and roasted 100g juicy sultanas 100g ground almonds 50g fresh breadcrumbs 50ml Calvados 200g caster sugar 100g salted butter 120g unsalted butter Maldon salt icing sugar, for dusting For the salted caramel: 140g unsalted butter 200g unrefined golden caster sugar 800ml double cream Maldon salt Extras: Baking parchment Pastry brush Method: Make the vanilla parfait first; split the vanilla pods and scrape the seeds into a bowl or the bowl of a food mixer.
Apple varieties such as Braeburn, Cox's Orange Pippin and Granny Smith will last for months if stored properly.
2 WORCESTER, Pearmains, Bramleys, Early Windsors, Knobby Russet and Cox's Orange Pippin are some of the 1,200 varieties of apple grown in Britain.
Cox's Orange Pippin trees, one of the English apple varieties used in Copella's juice, will be offered to Sainsbury's customers who collect tokens from special 750ml Copella bottles.
I think Richard Cox of Buckinghamshire (who grew the Cox's Orange Pippin apple) may have nabbed it and renamed it the Cox's Emperor," said Ian, 61, who will be talking about the fruit at the second Denbigh Plum Festival in the town centre on Saturday.
Ledbury-based Jus Apples scooped both top awards--the Tastiest Apple Juice competition with its single variety Cox's Orange Pippin juice and the Tastiest Breakfast Juice Award with its Discovery apple juice.
But how about Cox's Orange Pippin or Westfield Seek-No-Further?
Other varieties popular at the time included Ben Davis, Black Twig, Cox's Orange Pippin, Jonathan,
Their 5,000[pounds] prize money, coming from the Conservation Foundation awards, sponsored Europewide by the Ford Motor Company, will be used to invest in traditional cider-making equipment and to buy land for orchards in which once again the Cox's Orange Pippin -- which originated in Berkshire -- can be grown, and where the traditional `wassailing' of trees with cider around Christmas and Twelfth Night -- to ensure a good harvest for the New Year -- can again take place.
But in the 19th century, English breeders started crosspollinating to produce classics we enjoy today such as Cox's Orange Pippin and Bramley.