i ate a mrs. bairds pecan pie

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naxet76
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2007/03/02 00:36:45 (permalink)

i ate a mrs. bairds pecan pie

about a month ago and all because of this website. I'm not too crazy about fried, processed, hightly fattening fried pies but after reading how much everyone loves them, I had to try one. In fact, I feel like eating one at this moment, but the kids are asleep.
It was very delicious! very fattening, but soooo good. I only ate half because I couldn't believe how many calories there were! i really, really, enjoyed the sugar coated fried crust!!! mmmmmmmmm
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    John In Seattle
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    RE: i ate a mrs. bairds pecan pie 2007/03/02 14:02:04 (permalink)
    I've never had one - sounds good. Are they in the grocerer's frozen isle?
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    naxet76
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    RE: i ate a mrs. bairds pecan pie 2007/03/02 14:21:22 (permalink)
    no, no... I should've explained it better, it's those fruit filled pies that they sell anywhere. Mainly right at the counter of most convenience stores for like 1.50 or so. Mrs. bairds is a texas thing, so i don't know if they're sold everywhere but I know Hostess sells fried, fruit filled pies. and actually today, friday, I bought a cherry one. mmmmmmmm
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    John In Seattle
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    RE: i ate a mrs. bairds pecan pie 2007/03/02 16:18:44 (permalink)
    Oh, ok - I don't think they sell that brand in the Seattle area. Too bad.

    Thanks for the info.

    John
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