Celebrating all things apple and pear in the Adelaide Hills
Cook Along With Callum
WAS LIVE: 2pm Saturday, 25th July, 2020
The wonderful Callum Hann cooks two delicious apple and pear ‘hero’ dishes – one sweet, one savoury – from his Adelaide Hills home.
JOIN him LIVE via Facebook and cook along from your own kitchen for this exciting FREE event.
You can JOIN IN, WATCH and COOK ALONG WITH CALLUM HERE...
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Here’s what you’ll need to know:
- SHOPPING LIST
- CALLUM’S RECIPE for: Shredded Chicken Tacos with Red Cabbage & Apple Slaw
- CALLUM’S RECIPE for: Open Pear Tart with Hazelnuts & Chocolate Ganache
- (…and if it’s easier, HERE are all three in one handy file!)
Apples and pears are commonly referred to as pome fruits. The word pome is a Middle English term meaning fruit, from Anglo-French pume, pomme apple, fruit, ultimately from Late Latin pomum. It was first used in the late 14th century to describe a fleshy fruit (such as an apple or pear) consisting of an outer thickened fleshy layer and a central core usually with five seeds enclosed in a capsule.
In botany, a pome is a type of fruit produced by flowering plants in the subtribe Malinae of the family Rosaceae.