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buffetbuster

Graham Cracker Pie Wed, 09/29/10 10:09 AM (permalink)
I had never heard of Graham Cracker pie before, until my cousin Johnny and I recently had it at Barbara Fritchie Candystick Restaurant in Frederick, MD.  Here is what it looks like it.

There was a graham cracker crust and we certainly thought we tasted cinnamon and brown sugar, too.  The filling was vanilla pudding.  I thought this most likely was just an unusual specialty of the house.
 
On Monday, I stopped in at Weaver's Restaurant in Hancock, MD for lunch and they also had Graham Cracker pie.  Only their version had a taller, better meringue.  I haven't downloaded the photos yet, but will add the photo after I do.
 
Is Graham Cracker pie a western Maryland thing or do restaurants elsewhere in the country have it, too?
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