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The arrival of fall means it’s time to visit your local apple orchard. Nan honed her apple pie-making skills during the many years that her family owned an Iowa orchard. She likes to use two or three different cooking apple … Continue reading
Want to know a secret? Making pastry for a pie is, well–easy as…you guessed it! So many people say, “I love pie but I am afraid to make my own crust, it seems so hard.” Instead, they opt for a … Continue reading
Wayne’s grandmother always made and served this pie at Thanksgiving. Although it can be made in a regular pie pan, Nancy says it fits, and prefers how it looks, in a tart pan.
Mention tomato pie and you will get, “Oh I know, the one with mayonnaise.” Well, there is that recipe (and it is good), but we like to have a pie where locally grown or homegrown BeefSteak or Heirloom tomatoes are … Continue reading
The meringue crust can be made a day ahead. Its sweet-tart filling is a perfect contrast to the sweet “crust.” Fresh berries are the crown for this heavenly dessert.
This old-fashion chiffon pie is perfect for anyone who wants a bit of pumpkin. It’s one of the pies my mother made for the holidays, and I’ve carried on the tradition. It still has the same expected pumpkin pie flavor … Continue reading
What It Is Continuing our support of National Breast Cancer Month in October, GadgetGals recommends Bake for the Cure. Autumn is a perfect pie-baking season–think of harvest apples, pears, quince, pumpkins to name a few favorite pie fillings (or the … Continue reading
3 eggs, separated 1 14-ounce can Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk (NOT evaporated milk) 1/2 cup lime juice
For the meringue crust: 3 egg whites 1/4 teasoon cream of tartar 2/3 cup sugar