Granny Smith

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Gran·ny Smith

 (grăn′ē)
n.
A variety of apple having fruit with green skin and tart, tough flesh.

[After Maria Ann Smith (died 1870), Australian woman to whom its development is attributed.]
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Granny Smith

n
(Plants) a variety of hard green-skinned apple eaten raw or cooked
[C19: named after Maria Ann Smith, known as Granny Smith (died 1870), who first produced them at Eastwood, Sydney]
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Gran′ny Smith′


n., pl. Granny Smiths.
a variety of green-skinned apple.
[after Maria Ann Smith (d. 1870), who allegedly developed the variety near Sydney, Australia]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Granny Smith - apple with a green skin and hard tart fleshGranny Smith - apple with a green skin and hard tart flesh
dessert apple, eating apple - an apple used primarily for eating raw without cooking
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1 Granny Smith apple, peeled and sliced into strips
Raby Hunt Restaurant, Summerhouse, Darlington, 01325 374 237 RECIPE OF THE WEEK Sausage roll with home-made apple ketchup For the Ketchup - Make about 400ml 350g Granny Smith Apples, peeled cored and very thinly sliced 150g caster sugar 150ml cider vinegar 1/2 vanilla pod 10ml lemon juice Put all of the apples, sugar, vinegar and vanilla pod into a stainless steel pan and bring to the boil.
The flavors and their profiles include Sour Apple Sass, which has crisp and tart Granny Smith Apple taste; Grape Gone Wild, accenting the sweetness of concord grapes; Cherry Tease, featuring tangy, deep cherry bite with a touch of berries; and Citrus Squeeze, highlighted by an orange and tangerine burst.
Ingredients: 2 Braeburn apples, peeled, cored, and chopped 3 tbsp apple juice1 tsp caster sugar; juice of 1 lemon; 1 Granny Smith apple; 300ml (10fl oz) dry English cider; 125g (41/2oz) cold unsalted butter, cut into small cubes; 2 shallots, finely chopped; 2 tbsp cider vinegar; 2 tbsp double cream; salt and freshly ground black pepper; 8 baby leeks or spring onions, trimmed; 1 tbsp olive oil; 4 portions sea trout, approx.; 90g (31/4oz) each; 30g (1oz) watercress stems; 1 tbsp chives, finely chopped Method: 1.
Each bouquet can be complemented with chocolate dipped fruit including dipped strawberries, dipped pineapple daisies, dipped banana slices, dipped Granny Smith apple wedges and more.
Musselman's Healthy Picks Granny Smith Apple Sauce is made with tart and sweet Granny Smith apples and fortified with fiber, calcium and vitamin C.
The product is a smooth ice cream infused with the fruity and floral notes of the fine VSOP Cognac that go well with the Cognac marinated Granny Smith apple pieces.
Lodge enamel comes in three colors: red, blue and a Granny Smith apple green.
Fragrances include Granny Smith Apple, Radical Red Cherry, Wild Watermelon, Tropical Rainforest and Tickle Me Pink.
A Sacramento city councilman tried to quell panic by bravely chewing a ceremonial Granny Smith apple from the store's produce section in front of reporters.
An untitled work from 1999 saw Sawyer purchase from the same fruit stall in a South London market a single Granny Smith apple every day for over a month until finally one day the owner of the stall anticipated his request, saying, "One Granny, isn't it?" On being recognized and accepted within the "community" of the fruitmonger's regular clientele, Sawyer had accomplished his mission: He belonged.
Our extensive selection of Gourmet Malted Milk Balls just got bigger with the addition of Lemon, Peach, and Granny Smith Apple! These terrific new items, plus Koppers' "classics" are available in a variety of uniquely attractive packages and bulk.