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Old 11-08-12, 03:28 PM   #1
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Finally...

Got my pie ride in! French Silk I made myself.
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Old 11-08-12, 03:33 PM   #2
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Not certain about this. Never heard the name and don't recognise the ingredients.

Think you should send a sample to DnvrFox for verification.
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Expect me to knock on your door in 3 minutes. I'm already drooling... I am a major chocoholic, after all.

You know, we need a pie-related emoticon...
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Yum, yum, French Silk is one of my favorites.

Wisconsin is right next door... save a slice for me!
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French Silk.....mmmmmm, congrats.
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Decadent.
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Proper pie!
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Not certain about this. Never heard the name and don't recognise the ingredients.

Think you should send a sample to DnvrFox for verification.
Now dontcha be starting another Anglo-French squabble. Yes I know you folks won Agincourt and Trafalgar but it is a nuisance when the Brits and the Gauls start scrapping.
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After 5 miles of brutal MTB riding with my daughter, I had some Derby Pie for desert, pronounced Derbuy Pa by the locals. Yummy. Anyone who says otherwise is itching for a fight.

French Silk Pie is also served a lot locally, and it too is yumminecticular.
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Expect me to knock on your door in 3 minutes. I'm already drooling... I am a major chocoholic, after all.

You know, we need a pie-related emoticon...
And you can expect me to knock on YOUR door in 3 minutes, David, we'll car-pool to River Falls.
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