Carol Brooks, a baker at the Apple Works in Trafalgar, fills a pie pan with chopped apples, sugar and cinnamon. The Apple Works was recently recognized by the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for having the best pie in the state.
The bakers at the Apple Works have a formula for making the state’s best pie.
A mix of four varieties of sweet and tart apples, chopped into bite-sized pieces make up the base. Cinnamon and sugar help round out the filling.
And a closely guarded secret recipe crust ties it all together.
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