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In Response to An oldie.."Marlboro pudding...:
Marlboro Pudding: this was a favorite around 1650 thru 1850 the fell from favorite and disappeared..You need one unbaked pie shell about 10" size..6 eggs; 1 cp. less 2 tbl (6oz) sugar; 12 tbl (6 oz) melted butter; 3 lg. apples peeled & grated ( a good 2 cps or 11oz ); zest and juice of 1 lemon; few drops of rosewater opt.;
Preheat oven to 350o...Whisk eggs until foamy, then beat in sugar until light; Beat in melted butter, add the apples, lemon zest and juice, and opt. rosewater if available and combine well. Pour into pie shell and bake for 60 minutes or until custard is set. Cool on a rack before serving...This was a New England favorite amongst pie lovers in the 19th century....
Posted by jonibee
I never heard of this recipe but it sounds good. Reminds me of buttermilk pie only with apples. Thanks, Zil