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No Thanksgiving would be complete without homemade apple pie. Our version is double-crust and filled with a spiced mix of the fruit. Crystals of sanding sugar, scattered on top, and crunch and shine.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2005
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  • MS10213646
    19 OCT, 2014
    This is a fool-proof recipe! Just delicious!!
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  • Reereeme1
    16 MAR, 2014
    I love this pie! The crust was wonderful and for the filling I used only the juice of one lemon and no lemon zest since previous posts said it was too lemony. Will most assuredly make it again and again. My family loved it except for my staunchest critic who wasn't here. He will try it tomorrow and I am sure he will love it more than my usual pie.
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  • lgolay
    4 NOV, 2011
    This was fantastic! Would definitely recommend as great go to apple pie recipe!
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  • Keltlady
    27 DEC, 2010
    PS.....I don't make the crust. I get the pillsbury crust, in dairy section, for the top part and an already made bottom part from the freezer section. Both usually come in 2 crusts. Paring and coring the apples is time consuming enuf for me. But to each his own. It is still a great recipe.
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  • Keltlady
    27 DEC, 2010
    I make this pie, when I get the urge that is, so I usually make 2 pies at a time. i love the recipe because it doesn't require even 1/2 cup per pie. I thought she had another recipe with 1/4 cup ea. Anyway, I use organic sugar or the raw grain sugar and it tastes even more special. You can really taste the difference. Also, of course, fruit already has a lot of sugar in it naturally. Great recipe!!!!
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  • sarah1990
    27 NOV, 2008
    I'm making this pie with today, is all the butter to go in the pie or the crust??? PLEASE HELP! thanks
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  • Luv2cook13
    27 NOV, 2008
    This pie turned out really good for me! (they usually don't) But instead of buying whole cream (which can be really expensive) i used butter and 1 egg white. It turned out just as good. There were so many apples to put in the pie they didn't all fit! They were toppling over the sides! So now my pie is huge! You will love this recipe!
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  • GordaBallerina
    23 NOV, 2008
    I made this last year for thanksgiving. In my delirium of prepping and cooking for almost 3 days straight I accidentally prepped the filling the night before and refridgerated it, basically marinating the apples, lemon, and sugar for about 8 hours. It had a ridiculous effect...imainge tastes buds being able to make your toes tingle. people loved it.
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  • sarah1990
    23 NOV, 2008
    I am trying this pie for thanksgiving, I really hope it works out- is the filling more gooey or soupy?
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  • sabrina33
    12 OCT, 2008
    I went apple picking with my kids we picked alot of different types of apples.I am using Martha apple pie directions t make my pie i'll let you know how it comes out.
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