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Another delectable, and really quite easy, way to use up some of the summer’s blueberries....
This tart boasts a filling of blueberry jam, almond paste, and sliced almonds.
This recipe comes from barbeque guru Steven Raichlen, who taught us that delicious desserts can...
This old-fashioned pie was popular with the Shakers, a religious sect that flourished in this...
A mixture of cooked and fresh berries helped make this pie a family favorite.
Adapted from Omni Parker House recipe
Light, refreshing and extremely popular!
This more unusual recipe is easy to prepare and makes a lovely crust. But allow ample time to chill...
Grated potatoes form a delicious crust in this simple pie, adapted from The Moosewood Cookbook (...
Here’s a creamy custard pie with a tangy flavor and hint of maple. Delicious! –Courtesy of The Old...
A few years after my husband’s mother passed away, my father-in-law was visiting, chatting with me...
When done, these slightly sweet rolls are the match of any bakery fantan dinner roll. The shaping...
I got this recipe from my “93” year old Aunt.
This recipe came right out of French Canada, and we’ve never tasted a better one. Makes a...
Very rich but not overly sweet. Serve modest portions with whipped cream on top. –The Ram in the...
In bygone days, apple pie this good was grounds for a marriage proposal. This recipe is courtesy of...
This easy tart, inspired by “turtle” candies, combines caramel, pecans, and chocolate for a rich...
Frank McClelland's sister, Cathy Kelly, makes this pie not just at Thanksgiving, but also for...
Knowing how to make a quick batch of these airy cheese puffs is one of the best skills a hostess...
The mixture of Swiss and cheddar cheeses gives tang to this versatile quiche, which holds its shape...
This dreamy confection was invented by Mrs. Howard to show off three of Vermont’s most famous...
This mouthwatering pie bursting with berries comes from one of our newest cookbooks, Cooking Fresh...
Easy to make and wonderfully versatile. Try it with any type of fruit pie filling or with fresh or...
Similar to a traditional pecan pie, but much lighter and not as sweet. Under the pecans, the...
“My father never allowed us to have spices. In my chicken pie there are no spices, only the salt in...
This is the traditional no-vegetable chicken pie that Kate – and many others prefer.
Follow directions, make this right, and we’ll guarantee you the finest chicken pie you ever tasted.
To many people, chicken pie with vegetables is a travesty, but this pie is so good that even...
Grandma Goldcart’s famous … we could not possibly have Thanksgiving Day without… CHOCOLATE MOUSSE...
You’ll be tempted to eat two slices.
Probably addictive. The owner of the little bakeshop who gave us this recipe ate it for breakfast
Chocolate lovers will call this intense - and it may be rated as your number one favorite. –The...
Why “Chess” Pie? As one story goes, a Southern gentleman came home one evening and asked his wife,...
For chocolate aficionados, this is a wonderful way to get more.
A cool, mildly chocolate-flavored pie enlivened by the liqueur. It can be served chilled or frozen...
Thick and sweet as a Southern drawl, chess pies were born during a time when dessert depended on...
The best of both worlds, baked in the same crust. Present while still warm, topped with freshly...
Decadent and delicious, here is one pie that always disappears. Don’t fret if it rises up and...
I got this recipe off a web site. It is easy and inexpensive to make.
“This dessert recipe has been The Bernerhof’s most frequently requested. It requires no cooking, is...
A hazelnut shortbread forms the base of these mini-tarts, which are filled with raspberries and...

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