Farmhouse Apple Cherry Pie

The wining pie in this year's Michigan Living baking contest. The winner's name is Pamela Conrad. I haven't tried this pie yet, but it sounds wonderful. Pinconning, by the way, is a city in Michigan known for its cheese.

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2hrs 15mins
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  • CRUST: Using a pastry blender, mix flour, salt and butter'til ingredients look like a coarse meal.
  • Add grated cheese.
  • Gradually add drops of ice water and mix'til dough holds together (approx 1/4 cup water).
  • Pat dough into a flat circle onto a piece of plastic wrap.
  • Cover with wrap and refrigerate at least an hour.
  • CRUMB TOPPING: Combine butter and flour with a pastry blender or in a food processor until mixture looks like coarse meal.
  • Add brown sugar and oats and combine.
  • Set aside.
  • FILLING: Preheat oven to 400 degrees (F).
  • Roll our pie crust to a 14-inch circle and press into an 8-inch pie plate or tin.
  • Beat the eggs and add the sugar, flour, sour cream, lemon rind and juice.
  • Add the cherries and apples then mix well.
  • Pour filling into crust.
  • Bring overhanging pastry up over the filling.
  • Bake for 10 minutes.
  • Remove from oven, sprinkle crumb topping on the apple filling and return to oven.
  • Continue baking 30-35 minutes, until crumb topping is brown and filling is set.
  • Chill slightly before serving.
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"The wining pie in this year's Michigan Living baking contest. The winner's name is Pamela Conrad. I haven't tried this pie yet, but it sounds wonderful. Pinconning, by the way, is a city in Michigan known for its cheese."
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  1. Liz Wilkinson
    I baked it and it was a real good pie.
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  2. ReeLani
    The wining pie in this year's Michigan Living baking contest. The winner's name is Pamela Conrad. I haven't tried this pie yet, but it sounds wonderful. Pinconning, by the way, is a city in Michigan known for its cheese.
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