Easy Apple Recipe
Its Halloween night, and all the children are dressed in their Halloween costume, seeing some in white hooded gowns and they pretending to be ghosts while others wore Dracula suit with fangs that protruded from their mouth. The kids would ring the doorbell, and wait passionately for occupants to open so the children could yell,’trick or treat’. The creepy house on Shamrock Drive, it was avoided by children and adults alike. No one wanted to even step foot near the drive way, and some believes a little old lady dies a hundred times before making a delicious dessert pie made and prepared by her own ghost, but if she drops a red journal book in front of you, it means you are invited to have some of her easy apple pie made with cranberries.
There were three teen boys, Clifford and Tommy, and Jerry. They were new to the neighborhood, and did not quiet know the story behind the creepy little home of an old lady.
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Jerry helped Clifford up on his feet, and Tommy walked ahead carrying two of the red books with him to the door of the house, rotten smell from an old jack o’ lantern, it still had a glowing candle lite, warming the interior in the pumpkin. A fly buzzed around the pumpkin’s carved lid. The unlatching of the door, and a great lite shown inside the house. There the little old lady stood at the door. “Well, are you boys going to say ‘trick or treat’,” she said smiling, “It is like you seen a ghost or something?” They were frighten by what the saw before them. “We see a dead person,” Tommy screamed, “lady do you know, you look like a ghost. We see your body over there, it is lifeless.” The door slammed locking them inside the house, and the boys was never heard of again. however, one of the red books had written inside it a Halloween recipe, and a little girl who had trick or treated in the area stumbled on the book, she brought her mother the book to make apple baking with cranberry recipe on Halloween night. Here is the recipe: 2 cans of cranberry, 2 cans of apple halves in syrup, 1/2 cup of Sugar, 1/4 teaspoon almond extract, 3/4 cup all-purpose flour, 1/8 teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons canola oil and 2 to 3 tablespoons cold water. You must preheat oven to 375*F or 400*F, it whatever floats your boat. Pour out both 2 cans of cranberry with liquid and apples. Combine the cranberry with liquid and apples, sugar and almond extract in large bowl; set aside. Now combine flour and salt in small bowl. Pour canola oil until mixture resembles fine crumbs. Add the water, each at a time, stirring until you see the dough soft. Formed dough into ball. Roll the dough into rectangles on lightly floured surface. Cut in strips. Dip the cranberry and apple mixture into a baking dish. Sit the strips across over the mixture. Then put the remaining strips vertically across the strips already in place on the mixture. Pinch strips at the ends to seal. Bake 40 to 50 minutes or until filling is getting all bubbly and the crust is getting a light brown. Let it cool. Serve it on a special Halloween or Thanksgiving meal.
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