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Apple Pie

Pastries - Sweet Double Crust Pies

Sweet pie filled with sliced apple, most often Bramley, with sugar and a sweet spice such as nutmeg, cinnamon etc. Usually only lightly baked. Served with cream or custard.


Original Receipt in Hammond 1819;

Apple-pie.
Pare and core the fruit, lay it in your dish, and sprinkle some sugar between every layer, when full, put in the juice of one lemon, a little of the peel finely shred, and a few cloves, cover with a good paste.





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