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    Aunt Dillia's Scrumtious Apple Crumble

    Next door's overhanging cooking apples


    6 of. And tools of the trade


    An hour and half later


    Into the pot on high with 100g of sugar and a good squeeze of lemon


    100g of flour,50g of butter and sugar for your crumble


    Pound your apple into greased pan


    Crumbs on top and into oven at 200 for 25 mins

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    Et, VIOLA!!!!!



    Off to buy some custard

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    Thanks, Auntie Dillie! So easy. All the ingredients are in the kitchen to make this today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    So easy.
    Yup, even a child could make it.

    In fact I did, back in ‘home economics’ at school in the seventies

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    What Dil forgot to mention is that his daughter cooked that.

    The only apples this fella knows are in his bottle of White Lightning, the Brummie tramp.

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    nice one Dill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    The only apples this fella knows are in his bottle of White Lightning, the Brummie tramp.
    I think it's called Frosty Jack nowadays. I was always a Thunderbirds or 20/20 kinda guy. I can imagine you and Chitty sitting there in the bus stop sharing a carafe of Lambrini

    I

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    That looks pretty good actually but fook the custard, ice-cream / cream FTW!

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    I haven't eaten apple crumble since my mother died, nearly 20 years ago. Blackberry and apple crumble after a Saturday afternoon picking from the hedgerows was a late August and September ritual throughout my childhood.

    Thanks for the memory jog ....

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    Looks good, and glad to see you put no cloves in... they spoil it for me.

    Birds custard powder and a sieve to pour the custard through is what you now need.

    And careful while you sit back 'relaxing' tonight cos I'm sending the gardener round to mow your lawn!

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    Yep, looks good. I enjoy a good crumble. Apple, blackberry, anything.

    Home-made custard isn't too difficult. There's plenty of videos on Youtube to help you and give you confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Home-made custard isn't too difficult.
    It wasn’t in 1975 either.

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    Should have popped into his kitchen while he was out, and scored some cinnamon for it.

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    Clove is a good combo with apple too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Off to buy some custard
    Don't get distracted by a sunny beer garden

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    It wasn’t in 1975 either.
    Showing your age now

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    wasn't it called crème anglaise in home economics cyrille?

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    Not in comps, T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    6 of. And tools of the trade


    An hour and half later
    90 mins later ?! What took you so long ?
    Are your fingers o.k. ? Did you make it to the hospital on time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I think it's called Frosty Jack nowadays. I was always a Thunderbirds or 20/20 kinda guy. I can imagine you and Chitty sitting there in the bus stop sharing a carafe of Lambrini

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    Funnily enough, that was what I imagined when I posted. Except the bad tramp in the bus stop was you on the cooking sherry and Tennents Super.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    90 mins later ?! What took you so long ?
    Are your fingers o.k. ? Did you make it to the hospital on time?
    Who said that Germans don't do humour?

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    Got a strudel recipe, Herman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Not in comps, T.
    Ah, the benefits of GS.....

    Re cloves, always in a pie but never in a crumble for some reason according to my mum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post


    Got a strudel recipe, Herman?
    Never tried it. The dough is a pain in the ass to make.
    Linzertorte, Prager Nusskuchen & Dampfnudel are my specialty's.

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    A dash of rum would add depth.

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