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Cornmeal Pie

This is from a cookbook I received in an exchange a while back. It's a compilation of recipes from the family's of the Aaron Parker Elementary School. Most of the recipes are very simple, that is why I like them. I am posting this so that I do not lose it. I like some of these old fashioned recipes, this sounds like it would be interesting.

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25mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  • Mix cornmeal and sugar together.
  • Add to next 4 ingredients.
  • Cook over medium heat stirring constantly until boiling and thickens.
  • Remove from heat and pour into pie shell.
  • Add meringue (instructions to follow).
  • Bake for 5 minutes or until meringue is golden brown.
  • MERINGUE.
  • Beat egg whites until frothy.
  • Gradually beat in sugar.
  • Continue beating until stiff peaks form.
  • Spread over pie filling.
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"This is from a cookbook I received in an exchange a while back. It's a compilation of recipes from the family's of the Aaron Parker Elementary School. Most of the recipes are very simple, that is why I like them. I am posting this so that I do not lose it. I like some of these old fashioned recipes, this sounds like it would be interesting."
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  1. jennyking82
    @triciafoley I think I may be the one who submitted this recipe to the cookbook you mentioned! What are the odds?! It's a family recipe that goes back more generations than I know. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I would love to know if you still have the cookbook?
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  2. Tricia Foley
    This is from a cookbook I received in an exchange a while back. It's a compilation of recipes from the family's of the Aaron Parker Elementary School. Most of the recipes are very simple, that is why I like them. I am posting this so that I do not lose it. I like some of these old fashioned recipes, this sounds like it would be interesting.
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