August 15, 2012
From the website:
This sturdy corer makes making an apple pie as easy as — well, pie.
The single-piece stainless steel handle fits comfortably in the hand and the serrated teeth give you a quick way in, making the task easier and faster, an important consideration whether you're working your way through a bushel or just preparing an afternoon snack.
How to use:
1. Squeeze handles together.
2. Insert into stem (blossom) end of apple.
3. Push through, twisting if necessary.
Features and details:
• Easy to clean
• Made in Germany.
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I'm usually opposed to kitchen single-taskers. I use many of my kitchen utensils in multiple ways - like my ice cream scoop works wonders for removing the seeds and pulpy gunk from melons.
Likewise, I find that (after chopping the apple in half) a melon-baller works wonders for scooping out the apple core with minimal muss or waste. My 6 yr old devours apples like they're candy, but hasn't acquired the skill to eat around the seeds. But prepared per above, he'll gobble them up - peel included!
Old timer's tip: A -tiny- sprinkle of sea salt makes a freshly-cut apple twice as sweet! Unless you overdo it, you won't even notice a salty flavor, but it sure boosts all of the other flavors! (Crazy as it may sound, also try the same on melon. Amazingly good!)
Posted by: Rob O. | Aug 15, 2012 10:05:09 PM
I have always, as long as I can recall, consumed the entire apple, core and all, sans the stem. There's a lot of good fruit meat that's around the core. The seeds, and all, heck, that's just roughage.
My dad would eat whole oranges. I tried it, but found the bitterness of the oil in the skin to be too much.
Posted by: Matt Penning | Aug 15, 2012 8:25:23 PM
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