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This tasty mincemeat mixture makes enough filling fir close to a dozen pies, but you can make one...
From a very old recipe. If this is made during the hunting season, the neck meat of the venison can...
Sweet, yet tart, what a great combination in one pie!
These old-school mini-pies are so easy and thoughtful.  We like them served warm and toasty.  The...
What a great apple pie. Determine how tart you want it by the apples you choose. For tart choose...
Here’s a surprising way to enjoy the bounty of America’s native autumn berry.
This recipe comes from my mother and I like it because it is GOOD. It's about 100 years old and has...
My mother makes this for us. It’s very simple and very good!
I first had rhubarb pie when I was about 6. It was tart and sweet at the same time, also very...
This is a family recipe passed down from my Grandma Horton. The recipe became a favorite especially...
Dorothy Oliveira of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, a cook at the local elementary school and owner of a...
Inspired by ingredients traditionally used in Spanish pastels, this chicken potpie leaves its bland...
A little like pecan pie, but cakier.
Quiche-like, with added tang and color from the tomatoes. Lovely for lunch or Sunday night supper.
When it is lying on your plate in a heap - with mounds of whipped cream, chunks of crust, and a...
I came up with this recipe for a co-worker because she loves everything with chocolate/peanut ...
This tasty stick-to-your-ribs pie makes an excellent luncheon or supper dish, though in French...
I got the basic recipe from my grandmother when I was just starting to cook. It was one of my...
Delicious on its own or with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream, nothing says “summer” like...
The combination of peaches and ginger offers an exciting experience for the senses. When baked...
A delicious summer treat, this tastes like a lighter version of cheesecake. If you prefer it...
“We use natural peanut butter in our recipe so you should cut back on sweeteners if using a brand...
This dream of a dessert can be kept in the freezer and used for a spur-of-the-moment party. However...
Very rich and, our tester and her guests report, “unbelievably awesome!”
Although crisps are traditionally served for dessert, this not-too-sweet version makes a fine...
A rich, sweet and attractive dessert, appropriate for any occasion. Top with vanilla ice cream … ...
A sweet pie that has held its own as a holiday tradition.
A fabulous version of a classic American dessert. Delicious!
You can use your favorite homemade brownie recipe here, but this is so simple, and so wonderful....
For an unforgettable experience, serve with Caramel Sauce (see below). This recipe is courtesy of...
Looking for the classic apple pie recipe—the one that mom used to make? Who would know better than...
This recipe was given to my wife from her aunt Callie who used to make the best pies I ever tasted.
This is the best pie crust ever, and it’s very easy. It never fails to be flaky and light.
The pastry for Patti’s pies is a variation she has developed to make the dough easier to handle. “...
This is a superior pie crust that is both flaky and tender yet holds its shape very well.
Makes single crust for a 10- to 12-inch pie.
A wonderful dessert that makes a great change from the familiar lemon meringue pie.
You may substitute regular plums in this recipe, but the smaller Italian prune plums are sweeter...
Potatoes, sweet onions, two cheeses, and rosemary—a scrumptious combination. This recipe is...
Very light.
This luscious pumpkin dessert is a nice alternative to the traditional pumpkin pie. The Macadamia...
My good friend Emilio of Bristol, Rhode Island, created this pumpkin pie recipe, and I make it...
This recipe ensures that all the apples will be cooked.
These luscious bars are a twist on pumpkin pie with a hint of cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. This...
These pies can be made up to 2 weeks ahead and frozen until serving. We don’t recommend using sugar...
The ginger-spiced filling is a new twist on a traditional dessert.

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