Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Apple Pie



Clara and Bella made an apple pie all by themselves. Bella did the crust from scratch while Clara prepped the filling. All Granny Smiths, all goodness.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Perfect apple pie~~good job girls!

fairmaiden said...

looks delicious. Homemade apple pie is such a comforting desert.

Kimmie said...

Beautiful work, girls!
Looks wonderful~

Racheal said...

I love your blog.
Racheal x

Lisa said...

Yum! That looks delicious (and picture perfect)!

Mrs. Rabe said...

Isn't it wonderful when your daughters learning to cook? I enjoy cooking with my girls, and the times when my girls have cooked the whole meal! What a blessing to the whole family.

I think we may have to make a pie today. My husband loves apple pie and would be so delighted to find one waiting, when he gets home!

mrsrabe.blogspot.com

Kelley said...

The apple pie looks scrumptious!
You must be really proud of your girls *Ü*

Gina said...

Good for them, and so nice for all of you!
If you feel like it, Anna, I'd been tagged to list 8 random facts/habits about myself, and I'd love to tag you now.

Haus Frau said...

Mmmm. beautiful slice of pie!

This makes me want to bake a pie today...blackberry!

Pamela said...

I agree it looks delicious. I would like to know how she gets her crust so flaky?

Kerri said...

That pie looks delicious! I am hungry now.

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Storybook Woods said...

Isn't is wonderful when all those seeds you have planted in your children start to bloom. Enjoy your harvest. Clarice

Anonymous said...

It looks so delicious. Do you have a favorite apple pie recipe you could share? I run into a problem where my pie ends up with too much liquid on the bottom and the apples are drowning in it! Any tips would be much appreciated!
Lyn

Heather said...

Mmmm ... such a light, flaky crust and rich filling! Very nice! I wish my mum had allowed me to try my hand at pie making at your girls ages - perhaps I wouldn't be totally intimidated by pie making at 40! I have found a crust recipe that *always* works now, so it is a little less stressful, but I've yet to say "Easy as pie" and mean it the way my mum can!

melanie said...

you have such a great and talented family!
the pie looks so yummy and beautiful. :)

cdorsey said...

Beautiful and it looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Catherine
http://angelfoodcakeisntacandle.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Please post your apple pie recipe?
Thanks for peaceful moments reading your pages.

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