There's no recipe per se. But all you I-Need-A-Recipe folks, don't fret. You don't need one. You do, however, need a food processor and cheesecloth. Well, you don't even need cheesecloth. I used what's called bar cloth. Walmart sells these in packs of five in the kitchen towel area. Get those. You'll get tons of use from that five-pack.
Wash the apples really well, because you're going to leave the peels on. You know those nifty little apple slicer/corer things? Using that will help the process along quite nicely, but if you don't have one don't worry. Just slice it the way our grandmothers, or great-grandmothers, did it. You don't want the core and seeds, mind you.
Toss those slices into the food processor. Don't fill it full of slices, half full is fine, otherwise you will be there a while. I know, it seems counter-intuitive, but doing multiple half-full bowls is really quicker. Process it until you have "mush", or as mushy as you can.
Quite a bit of juice is already draining.
At this point, I ladled out a taste. Ooooh. Heaven!
To make sure you get all the goodness (juice) extracted, place a heavy object on top of the bag of mush (those technical terms again). I used the heaviest pot I could find. Let that sit a few hours, or overnight if you don't have "critters".
and there you have it. You apple cider maker, you.
How do you enjoy fall's bounty of apples? I'd love to hear.