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View Poll Results: mmmmm mixtures of fat, complex and simple carbs
Carrot cake 34 40.96%
yellow cake 13 15.66%
Chocolate cake 30 36.14%
Any cream pie(bannana, vanilla custard, chocolate, coconut, key lime, etc.) 25 30.12%
Cheesecake(actually a custard based pie) 35 42.17%
Pumkin/sweet potato/other squash pie(mmm more custard) 25 30.12%
Pecan pie 21 25.30%
Pom fruit pie(apple, pear, quince, etc) 26 31.33%
Stone fruit pie(cherry, peach, plum, etc) 19 22.89%
Berry pie (blue, black, rass, straw, goose, currant, mull, mixed etc.) 30 36.14%
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Old 04-02-05, 03:49 PM   #26
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Pecan pie. It's a Southern thang. You wouldn't understand.
I would understand. I love pecan pie. Actually, all of the southern pies. Anyone down with egg custard pie? I love that stuff, but otherwise is has too be sweet potato.
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Old 04-02-05, 03:49 PM   #27
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Oh and a really really really good, sugar free/ low sugar apple pie that my cousin makes. OMG you would think that sugar free means crap, its the best pie you will ever, ever taste. Thats sugar free.
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Old 04-02-05, 07:33 PM   #28
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Custard Pie. I love it!
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Old 04-04-05, 09:34 PM   #29
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Pumkin/sweet potato/other squash pie(mmm more custard) is for me...fresh as possible, the ingredients never hit the freezer.

and when i am on the road i endure these things

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Old 04-09-05, 03:28 AM   #30
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You know I made a custard rhubarb pie a while back and boy that was some good grub. Sweet custard countered with rhubarbs tangy freshness.

Oh and all custard is egg custard, custard by definition is a substance thickened by eggs. (Not everything thickened by eggs is a custard but all custards are thickened or setup in large part by eggs.)

And I've successfully modified my peach/stonefruit cobbler recipie into a apple cobbler recipie. Everyone around flips out when I cook because I am either cooking for a group or aiming for a couple days of quick eats(leftovers by design) and thus it seems like a huge amount of food (in this case I use 9-10 pounds of fresh fruit for one pan) but mysteriously the cobbler is eaten by the end of the 3rd day.(It's cool too. Lots of fruit, in season only, little sugar, whole wheat flour. Eat, ride, eat, ride, eat.)
I used to work in resturants and thus know how to calculate portions and batch sizes better than the average family cook. ramble ramble bla bla......
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Old 04-09-05, 03:40 AM   #31
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Cherries ...I have a cherry fetish...Prefer sweet cherries...Tart cherries are not cherries.
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Sweet cherries don't grow well on the east coast I hear. Sucks to be them. Yea!!! Go Washington!
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KEY LIME PIE for the win!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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None of the above. I avoid sweets since they are not good for me.
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Old 09-05-06, 08:12 PM   #36
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Pecan pie. It's a Southern thang. You wouldn't understand.
Oh absolutely. Mmmm hot karo syrup and pecans.
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Custard pie always rocks. There's an awesome Chinese mini custard pie that is to die for, called "Don tot" (sp).

For some reason, when I think of custard pie, Hambone40 comes to mind.
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Old 09-06-06, 06:14 PM   #39
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Why pick? Just have them all!
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Pot pie or Pot pie?
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My mom made me a raw banana cream pie for my b-day last year. I gotta make one of those again...yummy.
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I hate carrot cake. It's a vegetable dear God! I want nothing but sugar if I am going to eat what is referred to as a sweet.
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