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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/08 09:32:15 (permalink)
Oh how could we forget the GREATEST PIE of all...remember "Pizza" translates as "Pie"!!!!!!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/08 09:32:44 (permalink)
Joe, now that is MY kind of pie. Not much of sweet eater myself either.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/08 09:37:04 (permalink)
Stupendous. Magnificent. Must go now to Random Coffehouse and Bakery here in Portland.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/08 14:22:47 (permalink)
Beautiful photo joerogo, but I have to disagree with you about pies. Not being much of a pizza lover (I might eat pizza two or three times a year), I much prefer the sweet kind. But that is one of the things that makes Roadfood so interesting and fun.....there is something for everyone!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/08 19:32:17 (permalink)
A trip up along Minnesota's Lake Superior North Shore can be pie heaven. Here are three places worthy of sampling.

Maple Apple Cream, The Pie Place, Grand Marais, MN


Rustic Inn Cafe Pies, Castle Danger, MN - Blueberry and Strawberry Rhubarb


Betty's Pies, Two Harbors, MN - Blueberry pie and Great Lakes Crunch pie (apple, blueberry, raspberry, strawberry and rhubarb)
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/10 09:44:05 (permalink)
Spaghetti pie:
Spaghetti,or linguine boiled, eggs, ricotta, mozzerella, marinara, italian herbs, parmesan, bread crumbs. Spring form pan, baked. Delicious.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/11 21:11:26 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Sundancer7

I am surprised that Bushie did not list his grape pie that he special ordered. I understand he rated it fantastic.

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN


It would be easy to make at home. Just buy a jar of Welch's Grape Jelly, pour it in a frozen pie crust, then microwave on high for 5 minutes.

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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/11 21:32:20 (permalink)
I grew up in North Philadelphia, PA. in the 50s, at a time when it was a marvelously enclaved, ethnic area,well before diversity was a concept to be discussed as a sociological concept.
My father had a dry cleaning shop and I delivered clothes, across turfs, with the security that I was safe because nobody knew whose mother's church dress I was carrying. I was a lot safer then behind a size 20 black dress than behind a flak vest 20 years later, in the same neighborhod, working on a mental health crisis service.
Long story short, I was tipped with many a wonderful slice of hot, fresh baked pie in those early years
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/11 23:56:46 (permalink)
Made a apple pie with our local Gravensteins last night, with a crumb top - my wife had to restrain me from eating the whole danged thing!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 08:42:01 (permalink)
Green tomato pie:
Sliced chopped green tomatoes, white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, lemon juice, butter,flour. A sweet taste of the end of summer.

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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 09:46:07 (permalink)
WOW WOW WOW.
quote:
Originally posted by buffetbuster

Beautiful photo joerogo, but I have to disagree with you about pies. Not being much of a pizza lover (I might eat pizza two or three times a year), I much prefer the sweet kind. But that is one of the things that makes Roadfood so interesting and fun.....there is something for everyone!


And I will add that I have to agree. No pizza in the pie thread, please! (Sorry joe, I still like ya though...)
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 10:26:08 (permalink)
Dessert porn if I've ever seen it.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 10:27:01 (permalink)
Cherry crumb from Crystal Springs Dairy Store - Schnecksville PA



Chicken pies - Allentown Fairgrounds Market




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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 10:45:25 (permalink)
fabulous oyster-
Thanks for contributing those interesting pies. I'm not sure if I'm sold on the green tomato pie, but that avocado pie looks fantastic!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/15 10:52:23 (permalink)
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Originally posted by buffetbuster

fabulous oyster-
Thanks for contributing those interesting pies. I'm not sure if I'm sold on the green tomato pie, but that avocado pie looks fantastic!

You're welcome. Sunday is a good day for making pies.
The green tomato pie needs alot of sugar, a cup of brown, a cup of white. Tastes like a cross between rhubarb and apple, kids like cream and ice cream on it, I like it plain.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/16 12:06:36 (permalink)
I just had this wicked piece of Snickers Icebox Pie from Magnolia Bakery in NYC. I think the crust was made from Famous Wafers. It had a deep chocolate flavor and the filling had a light, creamy consistency and a nice tang (cream cheese, possibly?). Lots of candy pieces on top and a layer of peanut butter between the filling and the crust really sealed the deal for me. This was $4 and I struck up a nice conversation with the girl behind the counter, so she hooked me up with a big piece!




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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/29 12:26:39 (permalink)
I'm still looking for a recipe for the walnut topping that Beadles Cafeteria in Pasadena, CA puts on tops of their lemon chess pie.

It's my all time favorite and I like a lot of pies!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/29 13:00:22 (permalink)
What a day to start a diet!!

Thanks everyone. That was a better pictorial than National Geographic.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/09/29 14:33:05 (permalink)
Sausage and black pepper from Pure Pizza in Berlin, CT. Pizzaiolo with 22 years of experience at Pepe's.


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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/10/14 17:22:14 (permalink)
Ok I found some older discs that had pix on them (old sony mavica camera)
but first

Nick's Kitchen - Peach Pie


Nick's Kitchen - Sugar Cream Pie


Fox's BBQ - Apple Cinnamon


CajunKing Original - Apple Crumble


Unknown - Blueberry Pie


Brindle's Pie Shop, Lexington KY (now closed) - Cherry Pie


Crossroads Family Rest., Versailles, IN - Chocolate Cream Pie


Royal Diner, Springfield, VT - Cranberry Apple Pie


My Aunt Mary's - Lemon Meringue


Unknown - Lemon Meringue


Robyn's Dyner, Tupelo, MS - Lemon Ice Box Pie


Beaver Dam Cafe, Beaver Dam, KY - Peach Pie (closed)


Dutch Country Rest., Hanover, PA - Sour Cream Lemon Pie
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/10/23 09:05:52 (permalink)
Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake
SO EASY and delicious! Get a extra large (2 serving extra) graham cracker ready made pie crust.
2 packs cream cheese 8oz packs
1 cup pumpkin(not pie filling), fresh or canned.
3/4 cup sugar
2 tsp pumpkin pie spice (or 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp ginger, 1/4 tsp nutmeg, 1/4 tsp allspice)
2 eggs.
Oven 350.
Blenderize all.
Pour into graham cracker crust.
Place on cookie sheet, bake 40 min till almost set.
Let cool 1 hour on rack.
3-5 hours chill in refridgerator.

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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/12 12:03:18 (permalink)


TO BuffetBuster, ChiTwnDnr, and all my other Pie-Loving friends-

Costco has entered their Pecan Pie season. They will bake their Pecan Pies until January 1st. If you haven't done one of those Giant Pecan Pies, I urge you to get one and see if it would add to your Holiday menu!!

Yesterday Janet surprised me with a Pecan and a Pumpkin pie when she returned from a Costco Run. (I am temporairily immobilized). So Since I have to lay-off good beef for awhile she treated me to these beauties.

The Pumpkin is $6 and the Pecan is $10, both are 14 inch pies able to more than satisfy the typical Roadfood Family for some time !
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/12 12:18:43 (permalink)
You people are sadistic, ya know that?
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/13 00:42:49 (permalink)
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You people are sadistic, ya know that?


Yes we are!!

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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/13 01:31:31 (permalink)
Yes, but we make sadism look cool!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/13 07:51:11 (permalink)
CajunKing-
You got my drooling this morning over that Chocolate Cream Pie from Crossroads Family Restaurant. What a great photo!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/28 23:30:27 (permalink)


Snicker's Pie - Hunt's Seafood Restaurant in Dothan, AL
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/29 17:34:41 (permalink)
ooooh great ...50 calories in every bite!!!
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2008/11/29 19:03:16 (permalink)
Between TTM, billyboy, buffetbuster and CajunKing, that's some serious pie eating people! Thanks for sharing boys...I'll have to try some pie some time...
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2009/01/07 15:09:50 (permalink)
 
   OK, I have to BRAG a bit about my Bride's Good Deeds today. Her Church is having a "Feed the Multitudes" Supper tonight and she is furnishing some desserts for it. We decided to use some of our frozen Peaches, from last Summers Fruit Crop, for the Peach Cobblers she is taking to the dinner. We did four of them.... One for us at home and Three to take with her to the Supper. 
   While not "Pie" in the direct definition, I think this is close enough to deserve mention in you list ! Looks pretty good to me !
 
  
  
 
post edited by Al-The Mayor-Bowen - 2009/01/07 15:18:05
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