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I found a recipe some time ago (I need to relocate where I put it) out of a very old cookbook. It was an apple custard pie. I have heard of other forms of custard pie (or cream pies), but apple custard pie is something I had not seen before or since. I plan to eventually try the recipe, but I thought I might ask if anyone else might already have experience with them. I know sometimes foods are regional, so it might simply be that I never visited a region where they were common. After all, some people get very confused when I mention things like strawberry rhubarb pie or Shoofly pie.

Is anyone here familiar with an apple custard pie and what to expect? I know the ingredients all sounded great and it seemed like it would be unusual and delicious. If you have had one, can you confirm this?
 
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