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Old 08-31-2009, 10:12 PM   #1
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Grape Pie - Bottom Crust, Top Pastry? And any TNT's?

Hey all,

I have some coronation grapes and I want to make a pie. I have only one pie crust, but I have some pastry sheets in the freezer. I'm wondering if instead of topping the pie with a second crust, can I make a top with the pastry? I think it's puff pastry though.. so would I perhaps be better off purchasing a second pie crust?

By the way, I can't make pie crust to save my life. So yes, I buy it. :)

I'm following this recipe:
Cooks.com - Recipe - 9 Inch Concord Grape Pie

If there is anything I should change or can do to make it better, please let me know! I have never prepared a grape pie before. Or if someone has a TNT recipe?

Thanks !!!

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Old 09-01-2009, 12:07 PM   #2
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Anyone at all? :)
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Can't help with the cooking part, but I have a TNT recipe for eating it. Need my address?

Good luck with the pie!
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:16 PM   #4
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Well, the pie turned out AWESOME with the puff pastry topping. I put the puff pastry on the top and criss-crossed it, without putting butter, and I baked it.. it is amazing!!! :) The pie turned out lighter tasting because I skipped putting an extra crust on top. Delicious.
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