Old-Fashioned Apple Recipes

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

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Apple Pancakes

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

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One Response to Old-Fashioned Apple Recipes

  1. […] brown…weekends spent picking apples and baking everything from apple pies, to apple muffins, even apple pancakes…it doesn’t get much better than that. Much has changed in New England since 1830, but so much […]

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