Why are apples called apples?
Apple initially was used to mean all fruit until about the 17th century (which explains its use in Genesis in some translations of the Bible to refer to the forbidden fruit). It comes from the Old English term aepel. The term aepel is from Indo-European roots, where *ablu meant 'apple' and abaln meant 'apple tree.'
Personally, the best apples I have ever had for toffee apples were Red Delicious or Honey Crisp apples, but, just recently I have found a new apple called a Pink Pearl apple. On the inside they are pink. I tried to make a toffee apple out of it and it was wonderful! So ask your stores if they have any!
the Canada is called "Delicious" and these apples are crisp, almost black/red and when you bite into them the sweet juice the juice is sweet the sweetest variety of an apple is called an "FIJI APPLE" you can bye these apples at a local grocery store near you ........... the apples from Canada are also out here at a local grocery store near you i believe..............:)
There was once a lady named named Mary Smith but everyone called her granny. She brought some rotten apples from the markets and threw them out next to the river. A tree then grew with green apples. So Mary Smith called them Granny Smith. (You may not believe me but it's true, my teacher told us in Yr 8!)