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Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2002
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  • LonghornMom
    31 OCT, 2011
    The first time we had this pie, my daughter made it for us for Thanksgiving. It was to die for! Since then, it's become a family tradition to have it at whoevers house is hosting Thanksgiving dinner. The ingredients and amounts are exactly as they should be. You can't top perfection.
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  • LonghornMom
    31 OCT, 2011
    The first time we had this pie, my daughter made it for us for Thanksgiving. It was to die for! Since then, it's become a family tradition to have it at whoevers house is hosting Thanksgiving dinner. The ingredients and amounts are exactly as they should be. You can't top perfection.
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  • ChefMB
    23 NOV, 2007
    the recipe calls for WAY too much fruit. when i say WAY too much, i can't even begin to describe how much of an understatement that is. i ended up with enough fruit mixture for 3 pies. insane. but its in the oven now and looks like its going to turn out to be a fantastic pie. i suggest using a total of 7 apples and pears combined, instead of 7 each. maybe even less. enjoy.
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  • sgirdner
    20 NOV, 2007
    My pie ended up being in between the two comments below...soupy YES but still very good. I wish I'd gotten that carmelized sauce. I had trouble finding a deep enough pie dish. I think this was part of the problem.
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  • sdstrokes
    14 NOV, 2007
    I made this pie last year and it was wonderful! So good that I had to search for it again to make this year for Thanksgiving. I used a mixture of the all the apples listed above, but omitted the cranberries because I wanted something closer to an apple pie. The pie was not soupy, but had a very thick caramel-like sauce that bubbled out. Everyone loved it. If you like apple pie but are turned off by the tartness, try this recipe (without the cranberries).
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  • LauraRebecca
    11 NOV, 2007
    This was the worst pie I've ever made. It's flavorless, soupy, and had a very soggy bottom crust.
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  • LauraRebecca
    11 NOV, 2007
    This was the worst pie I've ever made. It's flavorless, soupy, and had a very soggy bottom crust.
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  • LauraRebecca
    11 NOV, 2007
    This was the worst pie I've ever made. It's flavorless, soupy, and had a very soggy bottom crust.
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  • LauraRebecca
    11 NOV, 2007
    This was the worst pie I've ever made. It's flavorless, soupy, and had a very soggy bottom crust.
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