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apple pie recipe from a magazine in the 1980's or 1990's

recipegal | Feb 11, 201102:18 PM     7

Hi. I lost my favorite recipe collection in a recent move. I am now searching for an apple pie recipe that appeared with several other apple pie recipes in an unknown ladies magazine article about best pies around the states from the 1980's or 1990's. The pie was a very large, deep pie with granny smith apples and I believe apple cider or juice added to the filling. What was unusual was the upper lattice crust. I believe it was a butter crust, rolle out and then a mixture of butter, sugar and maybe cinnamon and vanilla was pressed onto the top. This was placed in the freezer to harden and then cut into strips for the lattice. My mom thinks the pie was from a restaurant in New York but I don't remember that. Thanks for any help.

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