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Tavy & Tamar Apples Blog

New Website Up and Running

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The new Tavy & Tamar Apple Group website is up and running! There were some issues with the design and workability of the old site, but now we have a more attractive website for visitors to view - and it's a lot easier for me to manage!

Bev Slaughter

Vice-Chair, Marketing and Webmaster

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  1. Mr R K Smith

    Many years ago I tried Fried apple rings. Very tasty. But I can.t quite remember with what they were served with.

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  2. mary sargeant

    Slider from the Guardian Website. I made this last year and it is lovely but quite potent. After you have made your Sloe Gin, and drained off the delicious pink gin, take the drained sloes and place them in a demijohn. Top up with cider and fit an airlock as the sugar remaining in the sloes will restart fermentation. Leave for about 4 weeks, or until fermentation is no longer apparent (ie The air lock is not venting out gas ) and then strain through a double muslin lined sieve and bottle. The Slider should be a pinkish colour and with a slight plummy flavour. It is delicious. Cider has a fairly high alcohol content but this is higher so watch out!

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  3. mary sargeant

    Apple Butter Ingredients: 3lbs ( 1.40kg) sharp or crab apples 1 pt (1/2 ltr) water 1pt (1/2 ltr) dry cider Sugar (see Below) 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp ground cloves 1/4 tsp ground allspice finely grated rind of 1/2 small lemon Wash apples and remove bruised parts, cut into pieces. place fruit in preserving pan with water and cider and simmer until apples are very soft. Push fruit and cooking liquid through a sieve. Measure pulp and allow 3/4 lb (350gms) sugar to each 1lb (450 gms ) of pulp. Return pulp to the pan and simmer until it is thick. Add sugar spices and lemon and boil stirring all the time until no water remains. Sppon into clean warm, dry jars and screw down lid immediately to make a seal. Label. Store in a cool, dark place. Once open keep in the fridge.

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  4. mary sargeant

    Apple Cake/Pudding. Ingredients: 2 eggs 200ml vegetable oil 300gms caster sugar 275gms plain flour 2tsp ground cinnamon 1tsp bicarbonate of soda 1/2 tsp salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 500gms. cored peeled apples diced Preheat oven to 180 C lightly grease and flour a 20X30cm cake tin. Beat vegetable oil and eggs until foamy. Add the sugar, flour, cinnamon, bicarb., salt, and vanilla; mix well. Stir in the diced apples. Spoon mixture into prepared tin. (It will be very thick) Bake in the preheated oven for 30 to 40 minutes. Cool cake in tin for 10 minutes before removing. Lovely warm, with cream.

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    So what are you waiting for? Delete this example post and comment and start blogging!

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