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by Robyn Hatch The competition for the Apple Pie Bake-Off held at the Kelley Library this past weekend produced very few entries, but those who entered served up some delicious results. This year’s winners included: Anything but Traditional: 1st – Susan Mickutel (her husband had previously won the bean contest), 2nd – Martha Maynard, 3rd – Betty Gay People’s Choice: 1st – Martha Maynard, 2nd – Susan Mickutel (only one-vote difference)


Prizes consisted of Gift Cards to King Arthur Flour (1st prize only), ribbons, and apples for another pie. Everyone present at the library got to sample the pies and vote on the best. The


library had spent much time working on this contest, so it was a disappointment when few showed up due to the blustery weather, even though many had filled out the forms previously.


Apple Walnut Pie (Susan Mickutel’s entry; this pie is incredible!) For Bottom:


3/4 cup ground walnuts 2 tbsp. brown sugar 2 tbsp. beaten egg 1 tbsp. milk


2 – 3 tbsp. softened butter For Filling:


5 – 6 cups of sliced apples 3/4 cup of sugar 2 tbsp. flour 1 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 tbsp. nutmeg 2 tbsp. softened butter


In a bowl, combine walnuts, brown sugar, egg, milk, butter, lemon juice, and vanilla. Place mixture on top of bottom pastry and smooth. The walnut layer goes on top of bottom crust before apple mixture.


In large bowl, toss apples with remaining lemon juice, combine sugar, flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Toss apples. Smooth over nut mixture and dot with a tablespoon of butter.


Place top crust over apples. Bake at 375°F for 50 to 60 minutes until golden brown.


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“He has an outstanding record in protecting civil rights and being fiscally conservative. Tony DiFruscia is not afraid to stand up for what he believes, without concern for political ramifications. His voting record is exemplary…”


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As a five term State Representative from Salem, representing Windham and Salem, I have had the pleasure of serving in the House of Representatives with Tony DiFruscia. Tony has worked long and hard to craft and support intelligent, responsible legislation.”


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