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The Polish Apple Pie : The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. Posted by Joanna Guberow on October 7, 2010 · Leave a Comment Courtesy of Wikimedia Apple-picking is one of my most memorable pastimes from my childhood growing up in New England.

The Polish Apple Pie : The Massachusetts Daily Collegian

There is nothing like riding on a bumpy tractor ride to walk amongst orchards of Macintosh, Cortland, and my personal favorites: Granny Smith apples. I remember eating apple cider donuts on the farm, and coming home with a bushel of freshly picked fruit. My parents are originally from Poland, so a lot of the food I grew up on food that was distinctly Polish. Ingredients: 3 1/2 cups flour 1 cup sugar 1 tsp. baking powder 2 sticks unsalted butter 2 eggs 2 tbsp. sour cream About 5 to 6 medium apples peeled and chopped (depending on your pan size) 1.Using a flat surface or large cutting board, pour flour and make a small hole in the middle. 2.Press dough into a large cookie sheet with at least one inch sides, or other large baking pan. Cinnamon Pie Crust Recipe. Apple Pie Tutorial. The scent of apple pie baking in the oven is like no other. It is my family’s favorite. Even if I were to bake a million and one fabulous cakes, and then ask them what they would like me to bake next, the answer would always be apple pie.

I usually bake pies starting in the autumn through winter, but that’s not to say I’ve never baked them in the summer, because I have, lots of times. I’ve tried commercially baked apple pies, and they are good, but truly, nothing compares to homemade. Not only do you fill your house with that wonderful aroma and get everyone excited they can hardly wait for the pie to cool down, but you create wonderful memories for your kids, and they will always associate pie with home, as clichéd as that may sound, it is true.

One Bowl Apple Cake Recipe 2. Apple Pie For a Crowd. A couple of months ago my daughter had her bridging ceremony, moving from Daisies to Brownies in Girl Scouts.

Apple Pie For a Crowd

Personally, I was in Camp Fire as a kid and hadn't experienced this ceremony before- very neat! My go-to pie recipe (with a few seasoning changes) is Apple Pie by Grandma Ople from Allrecipes.com- always a winner! It's absolutely delightful, every time. It wasn't quite right for this setting, though- I wanted a bar. Or at least something that was easy to transport and serve to a crowd. The crust is easy to make-the recipe calls for rolling it out, but I found it actually had the perfect consistency to just pat down into the pan like you would with a graham cracker crust.

Apple Pie Tutorial. My Favorite All Butter Pie Crust {step by step photo tutorial} French Apple Cake {It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas} Other countries are lucky to have snow so they can enjoy a beautiful white Christmas.

French Apple Cake {It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas}

People pick the perfect pine trees and fill them with lights and ornaments to bring a festive cheer to their homes. Huge red stockings hang by the fireplace and a traditional mouth-watering Yule Log cake waits on the table. Though we have none of that in the Philippines, Christmas is still the most anticipated event of the year. It could possibly be the longest and merriest in the world, starting as early as September and ending in the first week of January. Western and Filipino traditions merge together during Christmas season. Since most of the country is Catholic, Filipinos also have a tradition of going to church at 4:00 AM for 9 consecutive days that we call Simbang Gabi (Night Mass) from the 16th of December leading up to the eve of Christmas and then families enjoy breakfast together after every mass, eating native food that you only see prepared during Christmas season.

French Apple Cake Recipe a Weekend Treat. Posted on January 26, 2013 This French Apple Cake is a family favorite.

French Apple Cake Recipe a Weekend Treat

I love apples and honestly never get tired of them since there are so many varieties to choose from. I usually stick with pink lady or honey crisp. Giulia loves the granny smith and the golden delicious. Adrian always goes for the Jazz variety. French Apple Tart. Copyright 2008, Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics by Ina Garten, Clarkson Potter/Publishers, All Rights Reserved Photo: Quentin Bacon for the pastry 2 cups all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon kosher salt 1 tablespoon sugar 12 tablespoons (1½ sticks) cold unsalted butter, diced ½ cup ice water for the apples 4 Granny Smith apples ½ cup sugar 4 tablespoons (½ stick) cold unsalted butter, small-diced ½ cup apricot jelly or warm sieved apricot jam (see note) 2 tablespoons Calvados, rum, or water For the pastry, place the flour, salt, and sugar in the bowl of a food processor fitted with the steel blade.

French Apple Tart

Pulse for a few seconds to combine. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Roll the dough slightly larger than 10 x 14 inches. Peel the apples and cut them in half through the stem. Bake for 45 minutes to 1 hour, until the pastry is browned and the edges of the apples start to brown. Apple recipes: steamed apple and marmalade sponge. Flour, sifted 400g Bramley apples, peeled, cored and chopped pinch of salt.

Apple recipes: steamed apple and marmalade sponge

A Bumper Crop of Sweet and Savory Apple Recipes - Bombay Outdoors. Applesauce & Cinnamon I realized something strange was going on in late July when I noticed hundreds of apples growing on the old apple tree in our backyard.

A Bumper Crop of Sweet and Savory Apple Recipes - Bombay Outdoors

We’ve lived in our house for over a decade and I recall a previous high total of about a dozen apples five years ago. Normally, we get pretty blossoms in the spring and then nothing. Apple Pie Cake.