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Ye Ole Union Oyster House Apple Pie
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The Recipe


---------------------------------PIE CRUST--------------------------------- 1/2 c Butter

1/2 c Shortening

ds -salt 2 1/2 c Flour

1/2 c Milk

----------------------------------FILLING---------------------------------- 1 c -Water

1/2 c Butter

1/8 c Lemon juice

1/2 tb Cinnamon

1 ts Ground cloves

2 tb Cornstarch

1/3 c Sugar

6 Cortland apples; up to 8

-can use Macs as well; -peeled and cored CRUST: Make dough by mixing butter, shortening and salt together until soft. When it starts to congeal, add milk. Mix until it is incorporated. Pie dough will be soft. It makes 1 double pie crust. Preheat oven to 350 degrees now.

FILLING: Put the liquid ingredients into a pan and add the contents of the mix dry ingredients. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat and add the sliced peeled apples. Let cool. When cool, place inside prepared pie shell. Cover pie with the top crust. make slashes so that the steam can escape. Bake at 350 degrees until done, approximately one hour.

NOTE: This is a very famous restaurant in the Boston area. I have never made an apple pie by cooking or almost cooking the apples first. This sounds very interesting and a bit different. Am anxious to try the crust as well. SOURCE: MIDDLESEX NEWS, Framingham, MA 10/95 -----

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