I make this family favorite every year for a gathering at my sister's, where the recipe is known as "Uncle Mike's pie." I use only fresh berries, apples and rhubarb that I grow myself. —Michael Powers, New Baltimore, Virginia
"I combined two of my favorite recipes to come up with this sensational pie. It won the local apple pie contest a few years ago. I usually make two pies because we always end up wanting more."
Becky Berger, Deerfield, Illinois
My father loves apple pie, and I’ve been baking them since I was a child. An out-of-the-ordinary spice combination and buttery crust make this one stand out from the rest. —Courtney Irwin, Reno, Nevada
Everyone should know how to make apple pie in the classic style—the real deal. This recipe is a perfect example of why this American icon has been a hit in this country for hundreds of years. It gets its stunning height from 3 pounds of apples. So stock up; you'll need them. —Margo Ferrick, Westford, Massachusetts
When I was in high school, my best friend's mother baked mini apple pies every Christmas. I was thrilled when she shared the recipe with me—it made me feel like I was finally an adult! —Katie Ferrier Gage, Houston, Texas
I'm proud of this pie because I made it up in my head, and it turned out very good! It's a little different from traditional pumpkin or pecan pie, which makes it a nice holiday surprise.—Sherry Little, Sherwood, Arkansas