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Old 05-06-2007, 05:13 PM   #1
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What is your favorite pie?

This ones for you piemaker!! My favorite is my own homemade sweet potato pie! Yum Yum!

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Old 05-06-2007, 05:25 PM   #3
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I know with out a doubt..

That would have to be "HOMEMADE" Chicken Pot Pie Cooked to a golden brown crust with big chunks of chicken and veggies. FFNB

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On the sweet side mamas homemade pecan pie

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Old 05-06-2007, 05:34 PM   #4
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Pocahontas, that looked really good. I am my family's baker. If it was me on pies I'd have to go with chocolate or bananna pudding. I have 3 sister and 2 kids. Before my grandfather passed his favorite was minced meat, they were hard to get because not many people eat them, so I learned to cook it for him. My daughter loves lemon and bananna split pie. My dad likes coconut . One sister loves apple and pecan. My nephew eats sweet potato and my grandkids love pumkin. I also have to make philly cream cheeseand key lime. So at holidays we have all these pies including the pudding and a fresh apple cake. I stay busy at the holidays. Besides that I also cook the holiday meals. The rule is I cook but they clean up.
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Old 05-06-2007, 05:34 PM   #5
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Daddy Belle likes T'Belles 1) Apple Pie 2)Sweet Potato Pie 3) Pecan Pie

The little belles like the Pecan Pies the best. T'belle can't eat much pies if they have egg in them...egg allergy.
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My favorite is Key Lime pie - from Key West especially! Mmmmmm.....
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o.k. so my momma makes the best damn Pecan pie around

HOWEVER, she does have this problem, where every now and again.. the bottom crust, just kid of disappears, dissolves into the pie.

Any of you piemakers out there have a sure fire tip to prevent such tragedies ?
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o.k. so my momma makes the best damn Pecan pie around

HOWEVER, she does have this problem, where every now and again.. the bottom crust, just kid of disappears, dissolves into the pie.

Any of you piemakers out there have a sure fire tip to prevent such tragedies ?
Gonna let you in on a huge secret! I cheat and use the Pillsbury pie crust!! I always thought I'd continue to use my grandmother's homemade one til she confessed she's been using the Pillsbury ones too for years!!!! LOL... Nobody can tell the difference...I swear!!!
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Gonna let you in on a huge secret! I cheat and use the Pillsbury pie crust!! I always thought I'd continue to use my grandmother's homemade one til she confessed she's been using the Pillsbury ones too for years!!!! LOL... Nobody can tell the difference...I swear!!!
Oh, believe you me, my mother isn't making any pie-crust by hand But she still has this problem, of just every now and again.. the pie crust dissolving into the pie. Still taste great, just a pain to eat
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LN, I've never heard of this happening but it makes me wonder if at times her filling had too much liquid.
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I love me some puddin pie Anybody ever eat rhubarb pie ? or that mincemeat pie Piemaker was posting about ? I have had neither one
This is rhubarb pie I found on the net ?

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Fresh Rhubarb (a vegetable, not a fruit) is at it's best during the month's of April, May and June. If fresh rhubarb is not available, you may substitute it with frozen rhubarb. This is a favorite pie just like some of our Grandmother's and Mother's made using a homemade pie crust made with a combination of butter and lard (or shortening). Very flavorful and tender!

Ingredients:
Pastry for a double crust pie (see recipe below)
4 cups rhubarb, cut in to 1-inch pieces
2 large eggs
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup light brown sugar
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
Pinch of salt
Juice of 1/2 small lemon
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon granulated sugar

Rhubarb looks like celery ? This pie has enough sugar in it that it would not even need the rhubarb
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Old 05-07-2007, 02:19 PM   #12
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Pocahontas, that looked really good. I am my family's baker. If it was me on pies I'd have to go with chocolate or bananna pudding. I have 3 sister and 2 kids. Before my grandfather passed his favorite was minced meat, they were hard to get because not many people eat them, so I learned to cook it for him. My daughter loves lemon and bananna split pie. My dad likes coconut . One sister loves apple and pecan. My nephew eats sweet potato and my grandkids love pumkin. I also have to make philly cream cheeseand key lime. So at holidays we have all these pies including the pudding and a fresh apple cake. I stay busy at the holidays. Besides that I also cook the holiday meals. The rule is I cook but they clean up.
Goodness Piemaker! Just reading your post with all that cooking and baking makes me tired!! I do it too, but not as many different pies! They have to eat what is served here!

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No, Pocahontas, I always make sure I have at aleast one of each persons favorite. I want people to be able to eat what they like not have to be left out. I don't know why but I do. Have you ever had a bananna split pie?
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