Grange's Pippin apple

/GRAYN-jhiz PI-pin/

A name for Grange's Pearmain, a variety of flushed blushed, striped all-purpose apple raised some time prior to 1829 by James Grance at Kingsland in Middlesex but introduced commercially by Dickson's of Chester. This late-season variety is harvested from early to mid-October in South-East England and is at its best November to December. Retains its shape when cooked.

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