[nafex] Defining Pippin

Don Yellman dyellman at earthlink.net
Wed Jun 21 22:40:23 EDT 2000


Technically, "pippin" means nothing more nor less than an apple from a
tree that has been grown from a seedling.  Perhaps the author of the
recipe wanted to suggest use of a tart apple, but thought that the word
"pippin" sounded attractive.  Well, it does sound nice.  It means
seedling.  Rgds, Don Yellman, Great Falls, VA


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