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My Grandmother was a great cook. She came to stay with me one October after Grandpa had died. We picked the Northern Spy apples from my tree in the side yard to make pies to freeze for winter.Mother c
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Gramma's Apple Pies

posted at 10/1/2008 4:08 PM EDT
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My Grandmother was a great cook. She came to stay with me one October after Grandpa had died. We picked the Northern Spy apples from my tree in the side yard to make pies to freeze for winter.Mother came to help out.We used Grandmother's recipe, of course. This effort took us about 3 full days to complete. We ended up making 36 apple pies between the three of us to freeze for that winter.Twelve pies each was enough to see us through. Gramma is gone now. But I will always cherish this special memory of that fall when she came to stay with me and we made pies together.

Re: Gramma's Apple Pies

posted at 10/29/2011 8:01 PM EDT
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I bet they tasted wonderful!  A sweet treat to go with sweeter memories.

Re: Gramma's Apple Pies

posted at 10/29/2011 9:16 PM EDT
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Pat....where do you find these 2008 posts?

Re: Gramma's Apple Pies

posted at 4/7/2012 3:45 PM EDT
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12 pies & countless memories!  You are blessed!

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