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Alright, Guys, I am not much of a baker but now and then I like something sweet so I usually make a pie of some sort. Something you might not know that is a pretty good product is this brand of pie crust mix. Very simple to use and EASY plus it actually tastes good.



I claim no artistic ability with pies and they often look pretty bad but I still like them once the slice is covered with some vanilla ice cream. Smiler What I made here was a cherry berry pie. Canned store cherries with (my) farm grown raspberries and foraged gooseberries. I also add some butter pats and real vanilla. Pretty tasty.



~Ann



 
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Ann, congrats on your lattice crust. Only anyone who has done it can appreciate your efforts. I watched my Grandmother years ago do hers but I never had the patience. Nice looking pie!


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That was my first lattice. It was not hard to do. I laid out one layer all the way across the top of the pie then took the cross strips and laid them out one at a time and just picked up the first row strip to weave. Sounds complicated but it wasn't.


~Ann



 
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As in all things, nothing is complicated, when you know how to do it. In my metal business, there is a great call to use the math to transition square or rectangle areas into circles. Once again, no biggy if you know how to do it, but magic to the uninformed. Even for a 1st attempt at a lattice crust, I think it came out looking just fine! tu2


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LOL, I can assure you no math was needed to do this.

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Outstanding Ann! Wow, cherries with home grown raspberries and foraged gooseberries sounds heavenly. Add the vanilla ice cream and it has to be to die for! tu2
 
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Ann, I'll bet that lovely pie is just as delicious as it is gorgeous. I am so impressed with your lattice top!


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That's a great looking pie, Ann.
You did a wonderful job.

I know folks who swear by that Jiffy crust mix.
While none of them are French Pastry Chefs, they all make great pies!


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Eww! Who cut the pie?
 
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