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Video: How to Make a Double-Crust Apple Pie

Featured in our 2017 Thanksgiving Guide
Produced by Sarah Breckenridge. Videography by Bruce Becker, Dariusz Kanarek, and John Ross. Edited by Cari Delahanty. Food styling by Safaya Tork.
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Abby Johnson Dodge shares her secrets for everyone’s favorite, apple pie. In this episode of our CooksClub-exclusive series Pies & Tarts, Abby shares her tips for rolling out neat rounds of dough and teaches you how to seal the two crusts together.

We’ve made this episode free to everyone for a limited time. If you enjoy this episode and want to learn more from Abby (like how to make a pressed-in cookie crust, or her method of creating a flaky, buttery piecrust) check out the introduction to the 10-part video series and join CooksClub for an all-access pass.

Want to watch Abby make more Thanksgiving favorites? Watch another episode in Abby’s series: How to Make Single-Crust Pecan and Pumpkin Pies (also available to everyone for a limited time).

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  • blanket | 12/16/2011

    Very informative and helpful for making a 2 crust pie,

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