---------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.05
       Title: Grandma Hilda’s Apple Pie
  Categories: Pies
       Yield: 1 Servings
       4    Eggs
     3/8 c  Oil*
     3/4 c  Sugar*
       1 dr Salt
       1 ts Vanilla extract (up to 2 tsp
       3 c  Flour*
       4 ts Baking powder
       8    Apples; Cortland or others;p
   *Original measure for *ingredients was a Yazreit glass which contained a
   24-hour candle.  It was burned on the yearly anniversary of the death of a
    Perfectly usable glass was left when wax burned out.
    Since times were hard, the glasses were kept and used. I just measured
   glass before converting to MM recipe. Measured 3/4 cup for dry and liquid
   measure. **My grandmother did not specify how many apples. I'm estimating
   about 4 per pie.  Could be more or less. Mix eggs, oil, sugar, salt, and
   vanilla together.
    Combine flour with baking powder. Add flour and baking powder mixture
   slowly to egg mixture.  Knead until smooth. Divide dough in half. Grease
   and flour large pan. Roll out dough to fit pan. Do not make dough too thin.
   Spoon grated apples evenly around pan on top of dough. Sprinkle on brown
   sugar if desired.
    Cover apples with remaining dough which has been rolled out. Sprinkle top
   with cinnamon and sugar. Prick dough with fork to allow steam to escape.
   Bake at 350 degrees until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
   Makes 2 9 pies or one 9 x 13 version. (REMEMBER, ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE
   APPROXIMATE). From Karen Adler.