Saturday is apple pie day. In an attempt to sell the fruit from more than a hundred apple trees, my mom and sisters designated Friday as baking day. Yesterday they peeled, sliced, mixed and rolled pie after pie. Some of the pies are destined for the farmer's market, some for our roadside stand, and a couple for the blueberry farm. Any leftovers may find their way to our Sunday dinner table.
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The Cook's bounty continues to grow! What time is Sunday dinner?:-)ReplyDelete
Would you be able to share your pie crust recipe? It looks beautiful!
5 & 6 are very impressive. I like the fresh apple pie sign addition. Do you have any regular roadside pie customers yet?ReplyDelete
PS: Grandpa would have been your most faithful customer...you know he only liked two kinds of pie :)ReplyDelete
Now I'm hungry for apple pie :) . . . those look beautiful not to mention delicious!ReplyDelete
WOW! this post almost makes me want to buy an apple pie...and there are six of them sitting in the kitchen!ReplyDelete
1/2 shortening (has to be real Crisco not butter or any substitute)
1 and 1/2 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
cut shortening into sifted flour
add cold water (aprox 3T)
gently form ball
split in half and roll to desired pie size