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    Default Re: Different apple pie recipe #1: Bacon apple pie

    This crust recipe is really old. I'm not even sure they make Spry anymore, but it works with Crisco, as that is all I have ever used. It really does whip up fluffy and the crust stays flaky

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    Default Re: Different apple pie recipe #1: Bacon apple pie

    Thanks for the recipes! I have made pie crust with all butter before, not too happy with the results. Seemed like it created pockets of melted butter in the finished crust which made that part kind of soft and gooey. Karen I have never heard of making a crust with boiling water! I think I will try that. Yeah I guess I am old I have actually heard of Spry!

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    Default Re: Different apple pie recipe #1: Bacon apple pie

    Yeah, I remember Spry. What a pain it was to scoop it out of the tin and try to pack it into a measuring cup. Making pie crust got a lot easier when Crisco came out with sticks of shortening. I have never heard of using hot water; everything I thought I knew about pie crust was to keep all the ingredients chilled. Guess you learn something new every day.

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