In Honor of the Apple Season in New England
Pork Apple Pie
Make your crust in the usual manner. Spread over a large deep plate. Cut pork very thin; also some apple slices. Add a little allspice and sugar. Add a top crust. Bake one hour.
Brought to you by: The New England Economical Housekeeper, by Mrs. E. A. Howland, 1845
One half pint of sour milk, one half tea-spoonful of saleratus, one half-teas-cup of fine Indian meal, one half tea-cup of molasses, one or two sweet apples chopped fine and mixed in, and flour enough to make it the right thickness to drop from a spoon. Have your fat boiling hot. Cook till they slip from the fork.
Adapted from: The American Economical Housekeeper and Family Receipt Book, by Mrs. E. A. Howland, 1845