Published Sep 08, 2008 in Pies

This is a recipe clipping from a magazine that was pasted onto a white index card, date unknown. The person even took the time to cut around the image of the pie (carefully) and and then paste it along with the recipe, looks nice! but stained now. The recipe is typed below as well as a scanned copy you can click to view larger.

Apple Pie Recipe Clipping - Click To View Larger

Prepare pastry for 2-crust, 8-inch pie

1 can Comstock Pie-Sliced Apples
1/4 cup brown sugar packed firmly
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 tablsp. all purpose flour
1/4 teasp. salt
3/4 teasp. cinnamon
1/4 teasp. nutmeg
2 tablsp. butter

Mix apples with seasoning, fill crust. Dot with butter, and cover with top crust. Bake 450° F. for 10 min. then at 350° F. for 40 min. Comstock Pie-Sliced Apples are quick and easy for Apple Brown Betty, Turnovers, Dumplings and Strudel.

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4 Responses to Apple Pie Recipe Clipping

Raul Barron Jr
Published 8 September, 2008 in 6:55 am

These are great recipes. I collect old cookbooks I have about 200 from 1890’s to 1960’s. Thanks you so much I’m having a great time.

Dorothy Cascinai
Published 16 October, 2009 in 10:24 pm

Do you have a list of stores that might sell comstock canned apples?

Published 11 November, 2009 in 7:32 am

To Dorothy Cascinai who is looking for Comstock canned apples; I have purchased them at Kroger’s and also at Walmart.

Judy Quist
Published 15 November, 2009 in 8:50 pm

For years I have used canned Comstock Pie Sliced apples for making their traditional apple pie recipe. What store might carry them??

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