A Day for Apple Pie: A Picture Essay

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APPLE PIE

-pastry for a 9” double-crust pie, rolled out (I use this recipe – had some in the freezer still)

-6 cups peeled & sliced apples (about 6-8 large)

-2 Tbsp flour

-2 tsp cinnamon

-2/3 cup brown sugar

Preheat the oven to 350°F (180°C). Put the filling ingredients together in a big bowl, toss until the apples are coated. Put into the pie shell, top with the lid, seal the edges. Slash holes in the top crust. Bake for 45-50 minutes until it’s golden brown and the juice bubbles up through the holes in the crust.

Life, the Universe, and Apple Pie. Perfect for a snowy day.

3 thoughts on “A Day for Apple Pie: A Picture Essay”

  1. Oh yummy!! Apple pie is one of my most favorite desserts! Your pie crust design is really nice and rustic…like a country cottage. Lovely. Nice photography too!!

  2. Lol. By the way…Peter saw your apple pie pics and said tell Angelika I am warming up the car and we will be there in time for supper. Tell her to save some of that pie! He’s nutty about apple pie too it seems. 🤣🤣

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