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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/15 09:15:01 (permalink)
Nice. I have St. Louis on my schedule for this fall, as well. I will definitely try to add Blue Owl to my destinations. 
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/15 09:17:37 (permalink)
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That apple pie looks like it is right up your alley!
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/21 16:17:30 (permalink)



 
 
Homemade Banoffee Pie and Key Lime Pie
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/22 07:29:44 (permalink)
Banoffee Pie?  That's a new one on me.  What's in it?  More importantly, where can I get one?
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/22 07:48:41 (permalink)
BB:  I have had it in England several years ago.  Pretty good and unusual.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banoffee_pie
 
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/22 09:08:38 (permalink)
Bananas and Toffee!  That sure sounds like a great combination.
 
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How did the pies turn out?
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/08/22 16:19:58 (permalink)
The Key Lime Pie didnt last very long.
 
The banoffee pie lasted until the kids figured out what it was and then POOF it was gone.  I saved some of the caramel for dipping granny smith apples this week.
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RE: To all the pies I've loved before..... 2013/09/23 08:00:12 (permalink)
Arrrgghhh! I'm sitting at the airport at the Rapid City airport at 5 am with nothing available but stale bagels. Opening this thread was not a good idea. Great pies!
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Re:To all the pies I've loved before..... 2014/04/06 16:04:15 (permalink)
I'm not a big dessert eater after a big meal, but sometimes I force myself. Ever since Hoosier Mama opened in Evanston my pie intake has definitely increased.

The day they opened, the maple pecan and apple.



The apple sour cherry.



Another maple pecan. I think she uses maple syrup. I know that her crusts are all butter.



Here is a flight of pies, available after 6 p.m. every night. Maple pecan, chocolate cream, apple sour cherry.


The perfect lunch. The biscuit special with a slice of maple pecan.


The pecan pie and ice cream at Allen and Son Chapel Hill.


The cherry cobbler at Lexington Barbecue, Lexington, North Carolina.


A couple or homemade pies which were really great, last Christmas.

Apple


Pecan, with the cherry off to the side
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