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How to Bake Blackberry Pie
Jun15

How to Bake Blackberry Pie

Blackberry Pie is a true joy of summertime. When blackberries are in season, there is nothing more delicious than the plump, luscious blackberries in a pie with a little whipped cream, crème fraîche or ice cream on the side. This is really a treat for the eyes and the palate. Though, I prefer fresh blackberries, frozen blackberries are acceptable. How to Bake Blackberry Pie: I used my Mom’s recipe for the pie shell of this...

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How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie + Video
Nov23

How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie + Video

You’ll love this recipe for How to Bake Haskap Apple Pie! This recipe is probably the best of the best recipes I have done for an apple pie. An absolutely beautiful star-burst or flower pattern presentation you can create on your pie with the crimson-purple haskap berries in the center, this pie is a stunner. The flavor of apple & haskap goes so well together with plump, tender pieces of apple and the dried haskap berries...

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How to Bake Mom’s Rhubarb Pie
Jun20

How to Bake Mom’s Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb is so tasty and tangy when harvested in the Spring & Summer, and nothing quite matches the flavor of a Rhubarb Pie. This is a very simple, straight-forward rhubarb recipe, but the taste is simply delectable. How to Bake Rhubarb Pie: This is one of Kimberly’s favorite sweets I make. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min Bake Time: 1 hr Yield: one 9 or 10 inch pie Ingredients: approximately 2 – 2 1/2 lbs of...

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How to Bake Rhubarb Galettes
Jun14

How to Bake Rhubarb Galettes

This recipe for How to Bake Rhubarb Galettes will absolutely knock your socks off and tantalize those taste buds. Rhubarb time is the perfect time to make rhubarb jam, pies, tarts, poached rhubarb, rhubarb relish and a favorite of ours is a delicious rhubarb galette. Galettes are so tasty, very easy and relatively quick to prepare, and they are so pretty that they make a beautiful presentation at any dessert table. Rhubarb is in...

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Web Chef Review: Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready to Bake Tart Shells
Jun01

Web Chef Review: Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready to Bake Tart Shells

We’ve had the opportunity to use Molly B’s Gluten-Free Kitchen Ready-to-Bake Tart Shells, and this is what we say about these gems. Molly B’s is a Canadian company, and I got these tart shells at my local Harvest Barn Country Market in Niagara-on-the-Lake. These tart shells are not only gluten-free, but also easy to take out of your freezer and pop them directly into the oven. Find out about this product on this...

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How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights
May08

How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts + Video: Mother’s Day Delights

My Mother is choosing what she would like us to make for Mother’s Day this year, and one of the treats Mom is looking forward to is Rhubarb Tarts. So tangy, sweet and fresh tasting, you will always find room for one more. How to Bake Rhubarb Tarts: Perfect for an elegant dessert, served with a dollop of whipped cream or crème fraîche and a mint leaf or a fresh, little berry on top. Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 20 min...

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How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises
Apr17

How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Easter Surprises

This recipe for how to make Blood Orange Meringue Pie is an unusual treat that you and your friends and family will enjoy. Such a nice change from the standard lemon meringue pie. How to Make Blood Orange Meringue Pie: Try using other citrus fruit for a lovely fruit meringue pie. Some other options include: lime orange tangerine grapefruit sudachi Type: Dessert Recipe Prep Time: 35 min Cook Time: 15 min Bake Time: 10 – 15 min...

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How to Cook Lemon Pie Filling
Apr12

How to Cook Lemon Pie Filling

It is a pleasure to use this recipe for How to Make Lemon Pie Filling with it’s sweet & tangy nature. With an almost creamy texture that bursts with fresh lemon flavor, this pie filling is also great for tarts, and fillings for cakes or jelly rolls. How to Make Lemon Pie Filling: It is so quick and easy, as well as decadently tasty, that we even use it as lemon pudding. Just the perfect ending to a Holiday meal or any day of...

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How to Bake Turkey Pot Pie + Video
Jan26

How to Bake Turkey Pot Pie + Video

Do you have leftover turkey after a beautiful celebration? Make a Turkey Pot Pie! When I carve the turkey, I usually remove the most of the meat from the bones, and leave a little bit on, to save them for making a flavorful stock in the future. The leftover meat is reserved & frozen until I want to make a pot pie. Whenever I bake a pie, I make extra pie crust for future pot pies. So, yesterday, we were a bit busy &...

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How to Make Lemon Meringue Pie
Dec22

How to Make Lemon Meringue Pie

A lemony, tangy Lemon Meringue Pie is just the perfect dessert after a hearty turkey or roast beef dinner. Oh, how we do enjoy that pie at Thanksgiving, Christmas, even Easter in our household. Although purchased pie filling preparation is quicker, and quite tasty as well, nothing surpasses the flavor of “prepared from scratch” pie filling where we use freshly squeezed lemon juice & fresh lemon zest. It takes a bit...

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How to Make Bavarian Cream Pie: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day
Nov27

How to Make Bavarian Cream Pie: National Bavarian Cream Pie Day

November 27th is National Bavarian Cream Pie Day, and it’s gonna be sweet with this Bavarian Cream Pie recipe. Bavarian cream can be used as a pie filling, as a soufflé or a Charlotte Russe, which is lined with lady fingers. Chef Marie-Antoine Carême is often credited with inventing this dessert, named in the early 19th century. photo right: Chef Marie-Antoine Carême This recipe is for a plain Bavarian cream pie, using a...

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How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month
Nov01

How to Bake Pecan Pie: Georgia Pecan Month

Georgia Pecan Month has arrived and it’s time to bake a Pecan Pie. Pecans are a Native American nut, primarily cultivated today in Georgia from a native variety of hickory tree. A high fat, in fact one of the nuts, which is heaviest in fats — sometimes as high as 75% fat. The downside of high fat content is that they tend to become rancid quickly, so it’s best to store them in the freezer to keep them fresh tasting....

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How to Make Pumpkin Pie: National Pumpkin Day
Oct26

How to Make Pumpkin Pie: National Pumpkin Day

National Pumpkin Day is upon us, and if you have never made your own Pumpkin Pie from Scratch, you’re in for a treat of a recipe too. Technically, a pumpkin is part of the Winter squash group. Included in that family are acorn, pepper & others. We all know how delicious Pumpkin Pie is, and though tinned pumpkin puree is perfectly alright to create a good pie filling, making your own from fresh pumpkin is fantastic, and my...

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