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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2009/06/01 22:38:20 (permalink)
A young couple just recently opened a fried-pie place in Oklahoma City at I-35 and Hefner Road, just south of the Frontier City Amusement Park. I haven't tried them yet, but they seem busy. Here's their website.

There's also one along I-35 near Turner Falls called "Nancy's Original Fried Pies" that has excellent pies. If you're traveling the interstate, you can even call ahead on your cell phone and they'll have your order ready when you get there. He also has a franchise location in OKC at NW 50th and Portland.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2009/06/02 10:03:16 (permalink)
Cool--i have to be in OKC in three weeks and will difinatly try them out!
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2009/06/02 10:36:05 (permalink)
There is a fruit stand in Deep Gap, NC at the beginning of Old 421. Very good fruit pies nice crust when fresh.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/28 14:54:15 (permalink)
There is a place in West Fork, AR that makes them and ships them to restaurants and conveniences stores and they are great! I know they are in all the states that surround them. They are called Letha's Pies. The crust is flaky and light and the coconut cream is to die for! The others are good too but coconut cream is my favorite.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/28 15:24:58 (permalink)
Piluvr1-
Welcome to Roadfood!  Thanks for the tip on Letha's Pies.  I will be driving through that area on vacation in a little more than a month and I will do my best to stop in.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/28 16:48:04 (permalink)
Me too--welcome and thanks for the tip, that is! I'm in Oklahoma so i should be able to find them around here somewhere!
 
 
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/28 16:56:23 (permalink)
tiki-
Earlier in this thread, you mentioned Mama's Fried Pies in Wagoner, OK.  Do you know if they are still open?  I can't find much information out about them.
post edited by buffetbuster - 2012/02/29 08:25:04
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/28 22:26:26 (permalink)
I learned to make fried pies at home from my mother.  They're actually quite simple.  Pie dough, cut into a round, filled 1/2 way with your filling of choice, fold the other side over, crimp with a fork, fry and dust with XXX sugar.  My favorite is fresh blackberry picked from the thickets next to my mother's house.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 00:16:53 (permalink)
Don't know if you've tried them but Popeyes has a pretty good fried pie, either apple or sweet potato.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 07:00:16 (permalink)
Unfortunately Mama's is closed--think that Mama retired and the kids just couldn't keep the pies up to par and they lost interest
 
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 08:24:41 (permalink)
Thanks for the reply tiki.  Too bad that they ended up closing down.  I will cross them off the list for my Oklahoma trip.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 16:51:39 (permalink)
Buffetbuster---So when is this Oklahoma trip--got a couple of places you SHOULD check out---Smokehouse Bob's in Muskogee and Lovera's Market in Krebs are two MUST DO"S--
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 17:11:13 (permalink)
I was telling Michael about fried pies and how my mother and I always made them at home.  He did not believe me....make fried pies at HOME?  So when I get back there, I will make some fried pies.......bb......mainly for you.  So what kind of filling do you prefer?
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 20:00:19 (permalink)
1. Sour Lemon
2. Very Fudgey Chocolate
3. Boysenberry (Marionberry, Blk.Raspberry)
Let me know when they are ready !!! 
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 20:35:59 (permalink)
Well, I know better than to pass up a good thing.  How about fruit flavors, like peach, apricot or apple?  Those would be my preferences.  But, I imagine anything you make will be excellent.  Thanks for thinking of me lleechef!
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 21:08:06 (permalink)
BB, I agree with you.   I want  apple. blueberry, and peach!
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/02/29 21:12:43 (permalink)
If y'all ever get around the north GA area, specifically Ellijay and Blue Ridge, there are tons of places that have fried pies. Most of the orchards have pies made inhouse with apples and peaches they picked! They have other fruits as well and I think maybe some cream pies like banana and cocoanut?  Mercier in Blue Ridge and R & A in Ellijay are a couple to get you started. And you can visit The Varsity for apple and peach and as mentioned (not sure if they still have them) Walmart has ones just like McD's did when they were good.
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Re:Fried Pie Stands 2012/03/01 08:46:22 (permalink)
OK, y'all I'll make some fruit fried pies and everyone except bb has to come to Rochester to pick them up! 
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