Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Take pie crust out of freezer. Set aside to thaw for 15 minutes. Prepare apples and place in bowl of ice water. Melt butter and mix with flour, spices, and lemon juice and mix with apples. Set aside. Melt butter and add sugars and cinnamon. Place apple mixture in pie shell. Spread crumbly crust on top. Place a large piece of foil underneath the pie tin to prevent edges of crust burning. Bake 50 to 60 minutes. (If you live in high altitude it may take a bit longer.). It's done when crust is golden brown and apples are tender and bubbly.
Warning: Do not cut for at least one hour. Factoid: If you wait, slicing the pie will be nice and picture perfect. (But I had to taste and yes, it worked inside and outside on the topping.) I read that freezing a Dutch Apple Pie does well. But in my case I gave half to my brother as a gift for his support; the rest will be history within a few days. And note, warming it up in the microwave is a good thing because it brings out all the apple flavor and juices and you can enjoy the crunch of the crumbly topping.
So, tomorrow morning it looks like I will be waking up to snow and/or rain (80% probability) as the storm winds increase outside. I am looking forward to having a slice of almost homemade hot fresh apple pie with a cup of hot chocolate mocha flavored coffee splashed with low-fat organic milk. (And yes, this unconventional breakfast will be savored in bed where it's warm and cozy with the Brittanys and black cat Kerouac. No doubt we'll be looking out the windows at snow-covered pine trees. It should be a good morning.)