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    A simple three words will describe it: bundt apple pie. No, not cake - PIE. An apple pie with a crust and filling, baked in a heavy metal bundt pan. When I looked on Google for any examples of a pie in a bundt pan, I'd found exactly ZERO. Evidently, no one has done this before – everyone bakes cakes and sometimes other things in bundt pans, but apparently no one had written anything online about baking a pie in a bundt pan. COOL! Therefore, I present the world's first bundt apple pie. Please feel free to try and modify this recipe as needed. All I ask is a reference.

    Recipe #493217

    This is corned beef done in in a manner that's quite different (I hope) from St. Patrick's Day corned beef: it's made with many of the usual holiday spices, including cloves and nutmeg, along with parsley, ground mustard, black pepper…and this dish does not include cabbage. This came from the PBS cooking show, "A Taste of History," and my getting the urge to try a saddle of venison recipe. Since I can't afford a decent-sized chunk of venison, I went out looking for a deal on a beef brisket…and there were none to be had in my area. Evidently, beef isn't a popular Christmas dish at most supermarkets; instead, they had ham and turkey sales as far as the eye could see. However, I did come across a decent-priced corned beef brisket…and that got me to wondering what could be done with it. Here is the result. Serve this dish topped with cranberry sauce, and with mashed potatoes as a side. I feel it turned out well enough for me to declare the recipe satisfactory. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #493355


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