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The crust on this apple pie is full of white cheddar cheese, a classic mate for apples.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2004
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When making pies, it's best to use a somewhat tart apple that keeps its shape during baking, such as the Granny Smith and Cortland varieties used in this recipe.

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  • MaineTX1
    29 SEP, 2013
    Scrumptious! Exactly the combination I've been seeking for several years! The savory crust and "just enough" sweetness in the filling is the right balance. I didn't mix the apples -- used the Macouns from our tree and they were perfect.
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  • Lizzie_n_nawlins
    8 DEC, 2011
    sorry i just found the added crust recipe. Note to those that copied the recipe from the show, some of the crust ingredients portions have changed. Please click on the cheddar crust recipe above the apple filling ingredients. Liz
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  • Lizzie_n_nawlins
    8 DEC, 2011
    Martha, I TIVO your show every day. I love it. The recipe for the Cheddar Crust Apple Pie seems to be missing the Cheddar. LOL. Could you please let us know if there is in fact supposed to be Cheddar in the recipe? i wrote the whole recipe down and went over the pie part in the show about 3 times thinking i missed it, but i dont see the cheddar! :) thanks Liz Stoltz
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  • thehopperbox
    4 NOV, 2011
    I very highly recommend this pie, and don't be bashful with the cheese, it's the best part! I also tented the pie with foil during the majority of the baking time for fear of overcooking the top.
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  • mmeriche30
    23 NOV, 2010
    One of my favorites to make during the holidays. The crust is excellent. Highly recommend!
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  • sandyb45
    1 NOV, 2009
    This pie is excellent and easy to make.
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  • mgiles
    10 SEP, 2009
    Click on "Cheddar Crust" and the recipe will open up.
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  • Friend2798196
    11 OCT, 2008
    I could be overlooking it; where is the cheddar in the "Chedder Crust".
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  • MarthaV
    10 OCT, 2008
    It always takes a long time to make something for the first time. I remember the first time I made an apple pie in high school. It seemed like it took almost a whole Saturday. Now I can cut up the apples, measure everything and get it in the oven in about 45 mins - an hour. Then I do something else while it bakes. Once you know your oven too, you will know how long it will take your oven to bake something. :)
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  • bbjeanne
    8 OCT, 2008
    Click on the blue text "cheddar cheese" at the top of the recipe. It will take you to the pie crust recipe. All of the ingredients on this first page make up the pie filling.
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