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What's an homemade apple pie worth, do you value your time?
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Posted 9/15/2020 21:14 (#8497915 - in reply to #8497526)
Subject: RE: What's an homemade apple pie worth, do you value your time?


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When I made some for birthdays or mothers/fathers day, I made a solid top crust for the cover, but used a knife to cut out "happy birthday" or which ever day it was. Added a unique flare.

poiuy6 - 9/15/2020 18:15

I'm with you on the lard crust and it isn't any worse for you than Crisco. If you are going to use a solid fat, lard or butter is better for you than Crisco. I also put a tsp of sugar in my crust. Makes it taste even better. Use Granny Smith apples too. My grandson says I make a mean apple pie. He has a birthday next week and that is what he wants instead of a birthday cake.
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