Howgate Wonder is a traditional very large English cooking apple, which has been popular amongst gardeners since its introduction at the start of the 20th century. It is easy to grow, and produces good crops of large sharp-flavoured cooking apples.
The flavour has plenty of tangy acidity, but it is not quite as sharp as a Bramley. When cooked, it produces an attractive lumpy puree, and it can also be used for juicing. If you like an acidic apple Howgate Wonder can also be eaten fresh.
Howgate Wonder apples can be stored in a cold shed and will keep until the following spring.