Saturday, November 19, 2011

Collapsed apples

Humankind's 4,652, 129th error:

Underrating overbaked apples.

Resistant, sugar and lime-caramelized skin, explosively hot, soft, sweet pulp, sticky, sweet and slightly toasted raisins, a pan-coating syrup, helped along by the knob of butter you tucked into the cavity with pinch of cinnamon.

A scoop of vanilla ice cream, a lick of cream. Or nothing. Just don't burn your tongue.


  1. Yum!
    A query, Marie...can you still buy cooking apples (like the beloved Bramley) in USA?
    Down here, unless you grow your own, shops sell Granny Smiths as cookers.
    Probably all academic for me since all apples come from a long way south of here!

  2. A girl after my own heart - and a perfect pudding for my birthday! :)

  3. Dinahmow - locally, Fuji, Jonagold, Cortland, are also good for baking - these weren't; a bit of a crime, blush: Honey Crisps. Just wonderful, fresh.

    Happy birthday, jelli!


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