Tricia forced me to do this. I just cannot stand whining and begging.
So here it is, the pie crust she never learned to make. Not that she did not have the opportunity, cause she did.
5 cups flour
2 cups crisco
2 tablespoons vinegar
2 eggs and enough water to equal 1 cup
1 teaspoon of salt.
Put flour, salt and crisco into a bowl. Cut together until it resembles small peas.
Measure water and eggs together. Add the vinegar to the water/egg mixture.
Beat eggs, water and vinegar together. Pour over the flour, crisco and salt mixture. Toss together lightly. Do NOT overmix. When you have worked the dry into the wet, you can lightly flour your board, take a pie sized section of the dough and roll it into a circle large enough to fit your pan. Place into pan and fill with your ingredients. Make another circle to fit the top of your pie. Moisten the edge of the crust that is in the pan and fit the top over it. Be sure you cut slits into the top to let steam escape. Crimp the edges together and cut off the extra crust that hangs over.
This makes enough crust for four or five pies depending on size and thickness of roll out.
Bake and enjoy.