here. The applesauce recipe that I use is out of a cookbook that I have had for close to 30 years.
Pots and Pins blog. It is called Skillet Caramel Apple Pie and it is to die for. Mine did not come out as pretty as Nan's did but it was scrumptious! I do not have the correct sized iron skillet. Gives me an excuse to buy a smaller one though so the next time I make this pie, and there will be a next time, it will look just a pretty. I also forgot to sprinkle the sugar on top after the egg white wash. You will just have to go over to Pots and Pins so you can see how pretty this pie can look and get the recipe to make it for yourselves. We had my husbands parents over for dinner the next evening and both mom and dad raved about the pie which we had after I served a roast on this new vintage, farmgirl looking platter that my middle daughter brought over for me last weekend.
Isn't it pretty? I love blue and white dishes. I broke the ironstone platter, that I always served a roast on, a few years ago. The platter was my grandmothers, and every time I make a roast I remember that platter and my grandmother and it makes me a little sad. But now I have a new happy platter. Love how my daughters know what I like. Linking up to Farmgirl Friday over at Deborah Jean's Dandelion House.