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MIA...Apple Pie...Simple and decadent.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    This is the second pie I made from this recipe. And it is rich enough to strangle your arteries. This pie goes to church today as it is my turn to cook lunch for a meeting group. Some pics of before and after and the Recipe I got from "Chef John"
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    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    BTW. I serve the main course too... Ever heard of MIA's "Swiss Steak"? Hve to make that later this AM. All will be taken to church hot and ready to eat. Not the pie though. That will be cold as the liquid has to set up.
     
  3. Prettywood

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    That'll take the pounds off!
     
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    I have been wanting apple pie, myself.....but have never tried baking on my own. I would welcome a recipe, but the video link you have provided is not "clickable". :( I also could not read your additional comments. Could you neatly PRINT any additional instructions ? Thanks for any help. BTW - I made your swiss steak recipe that you had posted some time ago. That was a winner.
     
  5. Danny B

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    MIA.....Apple pies (3) and 2 pumpkin the day before thanksgiving. Something this trap shooter does when its cold and windy and rain!!!!! run'em.....
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  6. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    k80. i'll do that
     
  7. GW22

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    Jack:

    I baked two of these pies for Christmas. They were excellent and quite easy to make.

    Thanks again,

    Gary
     
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    There are 2 baking instructions which do you do?
     
  9. GW22

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    BOTH. Bake first at the high temp to begin the carmelization process, then finish at the low temp. Just watch the video. It's SIMPLE.

    -Gary
     
  10. locdoc

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    My guess is both. I'll let MIA explain.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    Or Gary.
     
  12. Pride Engineer

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    Jack, to see you can make pies like that I think we have an idea for a live auction item for or youth benefit auction this year. Bring us a pie to auction and include a "pie making instruction day". From the looks of those pies it should bring us some good money and fun at the same time.

    Mark Z
     
  13. shannon391

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    Nice Pie!

    Try dump cake for a real easy one:

    Dump a can of crushed pineapple in a greased 8x12 juice and all.

    Dollop a can of cherry filling over the pineapple using a spoon.

    Dump on a box of ANY yellow cake mix, dry right out of the box, spread fairly even.

    Slice up a stick of butter and pad across the dry cake mix.

    Bake in pre-heated 350 oven for an hour, It's the best streusel ever warm or cold.
     
  14. JACK

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    Mark. We'll have to wait till you get back. Sounds a bit whacky but usually that is right up my alley
     
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