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Higginbottom said when you bite into a Cox's Orange Pippin it almost fizzes in your mouth.
Cox's Orange Pippin and James Grieve are particularly susceptible.
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.
The old article stated that it was thought that the Wyken Pippin tree was crossed with another to form the well known Cox's Orange Pippin.
The memory of looking down at a floating Cox's Orange Pippin, then looking up to see lots of little people running away from me, still smarts.
Her slowly rotating apple tree bears a crop of gilded bronze apples, recalling the exotic Cox's Orange Pippin which was a novel delicacy in Victorian times.
Noisettes of Venison with Pippins and Brambles Ingredients 600g loin of venison, off the bone and fat trimmed 30g shallot, chopped 100g blackberries 1 apple (Cox's Orange Pippin) 60g salt-free butter 30g brown sugar 60ml cassis liqueur 60ml red wine 500ml good brown stock 1 tsp cornflour sprig chervil 10ml oil Method 1.
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.
We can grow Cox's Orange Pippin well in many parts of this country and this is a far superior variety for flavour than Golden Delicious.
Let's not forget that the apple was the first fruit of the world, according to Genesis, but it was no Cox's orange pippin. God gave us the crab apple and left the rest to man.
EXPERT TIP: For a small garden, choose a selffertile apple such as the aromatic, juicy and crisp Cox's Orange Pippin which has been grafted on to a dwarf rootstock.