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Fruit Slab Pie – STLtoday.com

August 31st, 2016


Fruit Slab Pie
STLtoday.com
Notes: You can crumble almond paste over the fruit filling for a sweeter, richer pie. • Leave plenty of time to cool the pie so the filling will firm up before slicing. • If apricots are hard to come by, use plums or peaches instead. (See variation

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Puff Pastry Sausage Rolls [Vegan] – One Green Planet

August 31st, 2016



One Green Planet
Puff Pastry Sausage Rolls [Vegan]
One Green Planet
These are the best vegan sausage rolls you’ll ever have. The sausages are made first by making a crumbly almond feta. Then, it’s combined with savory onion, walnuts, oats, and herbs and rolled up in a puff pastry. They’re crispy, flaky, and they can be

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Make your own pie filling for a truly homemade treat – The Sun Herald

August 31st, 2016



The Sun Herald
Make your own pie filling for a truly homemade treat
The Sun Herald
Homemade pie filling allows the home cook to control the amount of sugar and to add ingredients that enhance the fruit’s flavor. For blueberry filling, that extra flavor can come from fresh lemons or cinnamon. If I use cinnamon, I usually add a few

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‘What’s a bumbleberry?’ Introducing a nephew to summer’s best pie – MyAJC

August 31st, 2016



MyAJC
‘What’s a bumbleberry?’ Introducing a nephew to summer’s best pie
MyAJC
But bumbleberry describes a jumble of any berries you’d like to throw into that pie crust. Flash-forward 10 years or so to this summer’s trip. We’re having bumbleberry jam from that same bakery, and the just-graduated-from-college nephew asks again

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Any and all berries you have go into bumbleberry pie – The Daily Gazette

August 31st, 2016



The Daily Gazette
Any and all berries you have go into bumbleberry pie
The Daily Gazette
But bumbleberry describes a jumble of any berries you’d like to throw into that pie crust. Flash-forward 10 years or so to this summer’s trip. We’re having bumbleberry jam from that same bakery, and the just-graduated-from-college nephew asks again

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Attaining peak peach: a user’s guide – Buffalo News

August 31st, 2016



Buffalo News
Attaining peak peach: a user’s guide
Buffalo News
If its flesh yields under fingertip pressure and its fragrance fills your head with fruitpie thoughts, it joins the “ready” group. The rest can wait. Take the softest ready peach and head for the sink. Take a bite. If you’re not slurping before you’re

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Rose Hawthorne’s recipes: Sweet bites of summer – The Outer Banks Voice

August 31st, 2016


Rose Hawthorne’s recipes: Sweet bites of summer
The Outer Banks Voice
This month, I’m making Fruit Hand Pies, Crescent Moons, and a Galette, which is simply a rustic free-form tart made up with the dough I had left over from the Pies and Moons. I have a basic dough recipe with which you can’t go wrong and I have a

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‘What’s a bumbleberry?’ Introducing a nephew to summer’s best pie – The Missoulian

August 31st, 2016



The Missoulian
‘What’s a bumbleberry?’ Introducing a nephew to summer’s best pie
The Missoulian
A bumbleberry pie gets its name from the mix of berries that comprise the filling. Though it can include other fruit, such as rhubarb, this one sticks with berries: raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Grating a disk of dough to form a top crust

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‘Excellent quality, abundant’ apple crop expected in Michigan – WOODTV.com

August 30th, 2016



The Denver Post
‘Excellent quality, abundant’ apple crop expected in Michigan
WOODTV.com
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Michigan’s apple harvest is underway and growers could be picking more fruit off the trees this year than ever before. Experts are predicting a record crop of 31 million bushels. At an average of 100 apples per bushel
Apple harvest in Colorado hurting, but aims for comebackThe Denver Post

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8 & $20: Tiny Tomato Pie with a Bright Grüner Veltliner – Wine Spectator

August 30th, 2016



Wine Spectator
8 & $20: Tiny Tomato Pie with a Bright Grüner Veltliner
Wine Spectator
I was hoping the low-alcohol, lightly fizzy Lambrusco would be a fun pairing, with its bright, tangy fruit, and it was at first. But after a couple bites of the pie with the red wine, its cherry notes took on a slight cough-syrup taste. Alone, the

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