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    A 1663 recipe is quoted in The Margaret Rudkin Pepperidge Farm Cookbook. "To Make Fine Pies after the French Fashion: Take a pound and half of Veal, two pound suet, two pound of great Raisins -- stoned, half a pund of Prunes, as much of Currans, six dates, two Nutmegs, a spoonful of Pepper, an ounce of Sugar, an ounce of Carowayes, a Saucer of Verjuyce, and as much Rosewater, this will make three fair Pies, with two quarts flour, three yolks of Eggs, and half a pound of Butter." In the old tradition, I used what I had and I am recording it so I can duplicate it another time. I am considering it a work in progress.It was great served with eggnog cream.

    Recipe #513284

    This pie is super quick and easy to put together! It also makes it's own crust. Great for a last minute dessert.

    Recipe #473974

    From several sources put together.

    Recipe #463398

    We shared this pie at an Amish restaurant in the area..and begged for the recipe and here it is!!

    Recipe #118738

    This is one of the featured recipes in an email that I received from the www.recipe4living.com website. "The perfect fall dessert with a big scoop of ice cream on top. This recipe calls for it to be made in ramekins for a fancier take on a traditional crisp."

    Recipe #325773

    a nice pie. sugar varies with the tartness of the apple and berries. can add more sugar if desired.

    Recipe #81456

    Think of an apple pie in the apple with a crust of your favorite sugar cookie or sweet pie dough. They will be a great end to a dinner party or just for you. I have made the recipe for 1 apple, you can scale it to the number you want.

    Recipe #478516

    2 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    My cousin got this from a German site and sent it to me. This is really quick and easy, very tasty too. A hot dessert or side dish great on its own or with vanilla ice cream or as a side for a spicy curry dish. If you are dieting you can substitute apple or pear nectar for the whipping cream.

    Recipe #152450

    Pretty and pink, this makes a lovely breakfast! I make this in my rice cooker, but it could also be done on the stove-top or in the microwave (or however you usually make your rice).

    Recipe #395679

    Fun and easy. Allow a few hours to chill or freeze before serving. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #120894

    I gave away the Joy of Cooking I had for about 30 years to someone who had no cookbook and got myself the 1997 version. This was in in. It is much bigger, however did drop many of the "old standards". Any version of Joy of Cooking is the perfect cookbook for someone who is just starting to cook as it does such a good job of explaining the basics and outlining fundamentals.

    Recipe #452109

    A pie I came up with wanting to use up some overripe bananas.

    Recipe #194947

    My mom is an excellent cook. She almost always made everything from scratch growing up. This is one of those recipes. Every time I eat a piece of this pie - it always brings good memories of family gatherings - since she always brought pies.

    Recipe #306010

    If you like chocolate, you can substitute chocolate cookie crumbs for the graham cracker.

    Recipe #23177

    Fruity and sweet.

    Recipe #183720

    I made a banana pie and shared it with neighbors. They thought it was apple. This just combines banana and mango. It is really good.

    Recipe #452408

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This Tropical Pie can be topped with fresh whipped cream! A great summer time, Luau treat!

    Recipe #125205

    Sounds like a nice variation on apple tarte tatin. Caramelized bananas and flaky puff pastry..can't be bad! From Gourmet Traveller Nov 06. ( To go with Nutmeg Icecream )

    Recipe #207125

    This recipe comes from AAARecipe.com and just in time for strawberry season. Azar's restaurant had the greatest tasting pie!

    Recipe #121516

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