Apple and blackberry crumble

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Appears in
Oats in the North, Wheat from the South: The history of British Baking, savoury and sweet

By Regula Ysewijn

Published 2020

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My British friend Pete Brown, who recently published a book about the uniqueness of British food, says that crumble is typically British because it’s warm and comforting, a feeling that the British look to create with their iconic dishes. It’s also incredibly easy to prepare and it’s quite subdued but silently proud. It is Britain in a nutshell, or rather, in a ceramic dish.