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Old 08-16-2012, 10:19 AM   #172
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Twenty-Five Perfect Pies - 25 Pies Perfect for Any Party or Special Occasion [Kindle Edition] Cooking Penguin (Author)


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Whether you are going to a church pot-luck, a work picnic or a simple family dinner, a pie is the perfect dessert to bring with you. There is something about the combination of a light, flaky crust and a warm, sweet filling that tickles the taste buds and satisfies the sweet tooth. Even if you are not into sugary sweets, there are still a number of pie recipes sure to strike your fancy. From classics like traditional apple and pumpkin pies to chocolate walnut and banana cream, there is a pie for every taste. Not only are there a variety of delicious pie recipes to choose from in this book, but you will also find a number of unique pie crust recipes as well. Pick and pair your favorite filling and crust to create a delicious combination you and your family will love. You may even love these recipes so much that you find yourself using a new pie crust in your favorite old family recipes!
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