Granny Smith

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A green-skinned crisp-fleshed variety of dessert apple, developed in Australia in the late nineteenth century. Its name commemorates ‘Granny’ Smith, the nickname of Maria Ann Smith (died 1870), the Australian gardener who first grew it, at Eastwood, Sydney.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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