Did anyone ever find the Elegant Farmer apple pie recipe? Would you please share it with me? I am especially interested in how to make their crust. Thanks - KentuckyBeautyQueen ("pretty don't last . . . good cookin' do!"
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DO NOT BAKE YOUR PIES IN PAPER BAGS !!! That was fine back in the 60's, but since that time virtually ALL BROWN PAPER BAGS are made of recycled materials with DANGEROUS CHEMICALS in them, that when heated can impart bad, bad stuff in the food cooked in them. That is why turkeys are no longer to be cooked in brown paper bags.
Bumping for this very important note from Motorhomegal:
Please note all the recipes on this thread do Not require baking in a Paper Bag .~A
I totally understand why you shouldn't cook it in a paper bag. My question is why did they do it in the first place? Was it to keep in moisture or something? This isn't the first time I've heard of this. I think at one time it was populatr to cook turkeys in a paper bag too. It would never dawn on me to do it. It sort of makes me think of some of the popular recipies with weird ingredient combinations. I've always wondered why somebody thought to put grape jelly with meatballs or melted ice cream with cake mix.What was going on in their heads to think these things up? Not that those are bad, just what made them to put them together.
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