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Mimi's German Apple Cake
Growing up in rural Vermont meant that visiting friends was not always a stroll next door. I used to trek up a big hill to visit one grade school friend, but it was always well worth the trip for the camaraderie and for her German grandmother's tea cake. It was a traditional German butter cake with McIntosh apples nestled in the batter and cinnamon sugar sprinkled on top.  Mimi (my friend's grandmother) taught me that scoring apples with a fork helps ensure they will be tender by the time the cake is baked to perfection. I have adapted the recipe by sprinkling turbinado sugar over the cake; I think it adds a nice texture. The recipe only takes fifteen minutes of prep time before it  goes in the oven. 
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To Prepare the Crust: In a large bowl, combine the sugar, egg, butter and flour. Using your fingertips, work the mixture together until it is of pastry consistency. Cover the dough and refrigerate for at least one hour, or until slightly firm. To ...
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