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       Title: Jan’s 1940’s Apple Pie
  Categories: Pies
       Yield: 6 Servings
       1 ts Cinnamon
       2 tb Flour
       1 tb Butter or margarine
     3/4 c  Sugar (1 c for tart apples)
       4    Mcintosh apples
       4    Cortland apples
   Line bottom of pie plate with thin crust, let it drape over edge of plate.
   Slice apples into plate until it is HEAPED over top. Mix the cinnamon and
   flour into the sugar and pour this over the apple slices.
   Dot the top with pieces of the butter. Now cut around the plate to rid the
   excess crust. Roll out top crust and “smear” center (6 inches or so) with
   crisco... Make 5 or 6 slits near middle.. Sprinkle with flour.. Fold and
   put on pie. This makes it easier to place on pie. Unfold, then cut off to
   within 1 1/2 “ any access and fold under the other crust making finger
   ”folds“ to seal all around. Now walk to sink and holding pie in one hand
   ..run it quickly under cold water to PARTIALLY rinse off flour.. This is
   what makes it ”flaky". Cook at 350 for about 1 hour ..until golden brown
   and a sharp knife inserted feels NO firm apples. This recipe from Gertrude
   Ingraham of Westbrook, Maine.. used since 1940