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Cut a vent hole and some slits, prick with a fork, brush on some milk and add some coarse crystal sugar...trim some excess crust, form a ridge and crimp it! Then, it's into the oven.
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quartina

I admire you for making a good, homemade crust . . . . I was never good at it!

classof54gal

Hi Quartina!

I turned 80 in January...it shocks me that I've lived so long! At this point, I always see that I've got a helper before I start a pie. This particular crust has both Crisco and butter in it making it a bit hard to handle. It has to be just the right temp...not too warm (tears) not too cool (crumbles). In this case, Rodney (see Image Copyright), who I hire to keep this place in good repair, doubled as cook's assistant because he loves pie. Bet your mac 'n cheese is yummy!!!

Carole

quartina

Pie! My favorite food in the world - homemade macaroni and cheese, coming in second! I'm so old and lazy now (pushing 83), that I cheat with Pillsbury roll-out crust (in the long, skinny box) and just do a top crust!

dize5

Great!

Never mind, just saw the other two postings.

That's a lot of pies, even if 400 were chicken pot pies. Oh so many good things are gone, gone. The grocery store pies are generally icky. So, what is a black and blue pie?

classof54gal

cm4ccd, the hands are mine...and showing my age (78). The love is from my mom who worked in a bakery/delicatessen right after WWII as a pie baker; she made 500 pies a day (about 400 of those were small chicken pot pies). My sister and I had to take up baking pies as part of our heritage. Thanks for your nice comment. Carole :)))

cm4ccd

Look at the years of pie making and baking within those hands. I can feel the warmth and love being expressed into her work, just from those hands.

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