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View Poll Results: What is Your Favorite Pie?
Fruit (Apple, Peach, Cherry, Key Lime, Berry, etc.) 19 76.00%
Pumpkin 5 20.00%
Custard 5 20.00%
Cream (Boston, Chocolate, etc.) 6 24.00%
Meringue 2 8.00%
Mince 1 4.00%
Pecan 6 24.00%
Pot Pies 6 24.00%
Cheese (Cheesecake, Cream Cheese, etc.) 9 36.00%
Other (Cobbler, Struedel, etc. - Show us your recipe) 6 24.00%
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Old 11-08-2005, 12:56 PM   #1
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What Is Your Favorite Pie?

Fruit (Apple, Peach, Cherry, Rhubarb, Berry, etc.)

Pumpkin

Custard

Cream (Boston, etc.)

Meringue

Mince

Cheese (Cream Cheese, Cheesecake)

Pecan

Pot Pies

Other (Show us your recipe)

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Old 11-08-2005, 12:59 PM   #2
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I'm a berry pie girl. I love saskatoon pie, and rhubarb and the occasional good apple pie too. Mmmmmmmmmm.
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It's a tie between Apple with homemade vanilla bean ice cream
and warm right out of the oven pecan!
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Pumpkin, coconut and chocolate
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:01 PM   #5
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alix, what is a saskatoon pie? (see, i even refrained from asking what part of the goose or moose does a saskatoon come from?)
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Fruit, pumpkin, custard (esp. coconut custard!), cheese... I also picked "others" as I also adore strudels and cobblers (fruit crumbles)...

I also like savoury pies like quiche and "torta rustica" with ricotta, spinach, cheese etc., and I also like pies with puff pastry shells as well as short bread crusts...
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:18 PM   #7
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alix, what is a saskatoon pie? (see, i even refrained from asking what part of the goose or moose does a saskatoon come from?)
It wouldn't be this one - Or could it?



BT, you're all dressed up for dinner. Love your new avatar.
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:20 PM   #8
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I'm with Alix--any kind of fruit or berry pie makes me happy!
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Buckytom, you are such a goof. Saskatoons are a prairie type berry that taste a bit like blueberries only are more al dente and less sweet. I have a pic of one of MY pies, but can't find it at the moment. I am not even going to comment on that moose thing...
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:33 PM   #10
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Thanks, Alix. I'm not familiar with the pie. I would Love to try it.

Another favorite, is B'stilla (sp). I ate it at a Morrocan restaurant, and would like to give it a try. It's a chicken pie, with yummy spices (cinnamon, raisins, etc.) and dusted with powdered sugar(?).

There are so many varieties, I didn't have enough room in the poll...but basically, a dessert-type pie, is what I had in mind - rather than a puff pastry or phyllo dough - with the holidays rolling around. But, I welcome any new recipes.
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