One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Using a narrow apple corer, make a hole at the stem end and scoop out the pulp by twisting it round, being careful not to break the skin.’
- ‘You'll find this pineapple corer in many cookware stores; it comes with one or three coring units, each geared to specific fruit sizes.’
- ‘But perhaps even an apple corer is better than nothing?’
- ‘Stand the peeled pear on a board and, using an apple corer, gently push down through the pear to remove the core to create a whole, hollow pear, ready for poaching in the syrup.’
- ‘Get fancy if you like - you can buy pineapple corers at kitchen supply stores and curved knives designed to cut the curved shell.’
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