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Spearmint Rhino
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Don is of course correct in his opening post. Apple pie pisses all over apple crumble, and the spoon is the correct implement.

However, Mrs Rhino cooks a thing called Eve's Pudding (basically apple and sponge) which is also bloody lovely with ice cream.

I'll tell you what also goes really nicely together: a chunk of ginger cake (heated up in the micro) with vanilla ice cream. Mmmmm.

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TonTon
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If I had to choose, I'd go for crumble over pie. And if my host refused to put all the various possible toppings on, then I'd probably go for custard.
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Yeah, I'd go for crumble too, though I very rarely eat desserts other than fruit these days. I'm more of a savoury character.
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By 'various possible toppings' you mean what, exactly?

I hope the answer does not contain the words 'marmite', blood pudding or 'chutney'.

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TonTon
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hahaha

Cream, ice cream, custard - that's what I was thinking of. Not cheese.

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Reed
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I don't know the difference between a crisp a crumble and a cobbler. Also, I find that apple pie that loses its structural integrity is a lot like a crisp/crumble/cobbler and just as tasty.
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TonTon
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A crisp is what you chaps call "potato chips". A cobbler is a shoemaker. And crumble is the food off the gods.
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Amor de Cosmos
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I don't know the difference between a crisp a crumble and a cobbler.

Back up thread somewhere.

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off or of?
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Amor de Cosmos
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And crumble is the food off the gods.

Venus rather than Jupiter I hope.

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Spence Broughton
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I had ice cream on pizza last night. It was a risky pudding pizza, because we'd made pizza and still had lots of dough left over. It had peanut butter, banana, blueberry and maple syrup on it and it was utterly delicious if somewhat American-tasting. I fully expect an outcry from the pizza purists, but what can you do.
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TonTon
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Bugger

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That sounds utterly disgusting, spence.

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Spence Broughton
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Yeah, as I said. I was sceptical at first, but then I stopped thinking of it as pizza and everything was OK.

Pizza itself - the actual, tomato-and-mozzarella, homemade variety - is the lushest thing in the world, make no mistake.

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Crumble, with apple on it's own or best of all Apple and Blackberry combined.

The best crumble is the one that just under the very top it goes all gooey ot however you spell it.

Pie is very nice too; but is so dependent on how good the pastry came out - crumble is a sure fire hit, very easy thing (ie even I can do it).

(Crumble made with Walnut flour is er interesting)

Ice cream or custard or nowt it is all lovely.
Spoon works best; but if hungry I would a fork, knife, bare hands i'm not fussy.

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I have to say that, really, the fruit is just an excuse to have the crumble. I could quite easily have the crumble bit on its own.

That cobbler stuff is wierd. It is like a batter but without the milk.It is almost like a sweet dumpling.

I may have to have a go at one this afternoon except I was planning on making carrot cake.

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