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orchjoe
10-14-2007, 07:58 PM
Sorry.. I answered my own question.

Update: I like apple pie

AndrewWG
10-14-2007, 08:12 PM
I forsee a hummingbird thread....

handicap18
10-14-2007, 08:52 PM
I thought it was getting to cold for hummingbirds....

Ya know... its just not possible to ignore a post, especially when it says to ignore this post. That attracts Dis Photoboard members like honey attracts bee's.

Groucho
10-14-2007, 09:16 PM
I like pie.

AndrewWG
10-14-2007, 09:20 PM
Pumpkin, Apple, or another type of pie? Which is your favorite? Do you have a pic to share of your favorite pie?

Groucho
10-14-2007, 09:34 PM
Fruit pie. Apple, peach, cherry, etc. Homemade preferably. :tongue:

Don't like non-fruit pies. No pumpkin (bleah), pecan, etc.

Key lime is good, too. BTW, the Key Lime pie at the Blue Bayou in Disneyland is fantastic.

No pics. I eat them too quickly. Mmmmmmmmmmm.

Meat pies are good, also. I'll be making shepherd's pie Wednesday night. Good stuff!

On topic (as if that matters), I don't understand why vBulletin usually restricts anyone from deleting their own post. If a post is new and hasn't been responded to, I think the OP should be able to delete it entirely, not just edit it.

cc1075
10-14-2007, 11:30 PM
How can you possible ignore something that says ignore. And how do you ignore a question that was never asked. Very confusing - but a great reason do express our fondness for pie!!

I like chicken pie!!!! Take that back - - I like blueberry better - with a homemade lard crust!

cc1075
10-14-2007, 11:34 PM
I read my own post - - must be time to go to bed. More mistakes than a person my age can excuse!! Please forgive my errors!!! I will respond earlier next time!

handicap18
10-15-2007, 07:08 AM
oooohhhh Hot Apple Pie with French Vanilla Ice Cream........ mmmmmmmmm yummmmmmmmy

Master Mason
10-15-2007, 08:58 AM
German Choc Pie

jann1033
10-15-2007, 09:06 AM
boston market chicken pot pies are pretty good...

i always get stuck making apple with a french crumb top or pumpkin since those are hub's favorites and i really don't need to eat a whole pie by myself...which would be either toasted coconut cream( i have a fantastic recipe for that one that is basically whipped cream and coconut:lmao: ) or banana cream with whipped cream not meringue btw

Groucho
10-15-2007, 10:21 AM
A really good homemade peach pie is just about the best food on the planet. My mother makes an absolutely incredible one - I need to learn her secret for it some day. I've already wrestled away her secret recipes for baked egg scramble (a Christmas breakfast tradition), cut-out cookies, and cinnamon twists. Peach pie is next.

Homemade rhubarb pie is good, too. Needs lots of sugar. Strawberry-rhubarb is also yummy.

Here's what I don't like - when you get a piece of pie at a restaurant, and they serve it to you cold. Bleah! Toss it in the microwave, or SOMEthing! Gimme some heat!

gokenin
10-15-2007, 11:18 AM
my vote to pecan pie am soooo looking forward to trying the one they have at the food and wine festival this year fell in love with them when i visited New Orleans a few years back

pixie dust 112
10-15-2007, 11:23 AM
Pumpkin Pie is my favorite, but I am making a couple of apple pies this afternoon. And yes I tried to ignore this thread, but I just couldn't. Kind of like when you see a no trespassing sign by a private road. I would never have had any desire to see what is down that road, if the owners hadn't said I can't!:rotfl:

jann1033
10-15-2007, 11:49 AM
yep it's apple time here as well...Macoan( probably spelled that wrong) just came out and they are yummy for pies and eating fresh...

handicap18
10-15-2007, 12:31 PM
At one time I had THE BEST recipe for French Apple Pie. I think it was on one of those laminated colored index size recipe cards you get in the mail. I made it once sometime back in the mid 90's. Then after moving a few times the recipe card got lost and I've never been able to find it anywhere on the internet. The thing I remembered most about it was that it had raisins in it. OMG it was sooooo good.

I've made about 5 or 6 different style apple pies. Though its been a few years since I've made one. We didn't get to go apple picking this year. Still, you can find good apples in the supermarket. I should pick some up and made another pie. I'll have to dig out one of my recipes. That'll give me a good reason to bring home some of Brighams French Vanilla ice cream.

orchjoe
10-15-2007, 02:02 PM
Since this is a photography board and all.

Apple Pie.

http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb270/orchjoe/800px-Apple_pie-1.jpg

KrazyPete
10-15-2007, 02:20 PM
Pies are overrated. :snooty:

Master Mason
10-15-2007, 03:31 PM
Well, based on the OT thread discussing Marks health issues, are we being insensitive discussing pies when Mark can no no longer share in our joy of pie eating?

pixie dust 112
10-15-2007, 03:35 PM
Well, based on the OT thread discussing Marks health issues, are we being insensitive discussing pies when Mark can no no longer share in our joy of pie eating?

Well we probably are being insensitive, but if Mark follows the OP's instructions and ignores this thread, he'll never know! If he's like the rest of us and opens the thread anyway...We apologize!:hug:

mabas9395
10-15-2007, 03:55 PM
Just thinking about the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter makes me hungry!!!

Groucho
10-15-2007, 09:40 PM
Mmmmmmmmmmm French apple pie. The wife brought one home from an "apple festival" a few weekends ago. Man, that was good stuff. And I drive very near the bakery it comes from some days... might have to stop in and pick up another one some day! Or make one myself...

I'm ashamed to say that I haven't attempted to make my own crust yet, but will next time. I have been making cinnamon rolls a bit lately so I've been getting my "rolling out dough" practice. :)

mikamah
10-16-2007, 04:17 AM
Pumpkin and apple are my favorites. Haven't made one yet this year. Did have apple crisp and ice cream for $6.50 at the topsfield fair. But after ignoring this thread, I'm really lookin forward to apple pie. Nice pic Orchjoe. Did you make it yourself?

jann1033
10-16-2007, 09:10 AM
mark can still have pie, just not as often adn not as big a piece...you know the everything in moderation deal. although i know the crust is high in fat..wonder if there is a canola crisco and thinking lard would be the worst as far as cholesterol.

i had an apple pie with cranberries that was really good once as well...kyle, too bad your recipe wasn't from bon appetite magazine I lost my coconut cream pie one and they sent me a new copy just a few weeks ago...originally i got in in 1975, or before some on here were probably even born:)

umm cinnamon rolls, especially sticky buns....now that's another topic. i have a friend who keeps asking me to make some since she likes the way they taste i guess...another good fall treat....maybe i should make some and put a photo on the autumn thread:lmao:

Groucho
10-16-2007, 03:15 PM
umm cinnamon rolls, especially sticky buns....now that's another topic. i have a friend who keeps asking me to make some since she likes the way they taste i guess...another good fall treat....maybe i should make some and put a photo on the autumn thread:lmao:
I was at my mother's house a few months ago and noticed a recipe for "mini maple cinnamon rolls" on the back cover of "Taste of Home". I remembered that the ones at WDW have maple in them, also. (At least, I think they do...?)

I've made 'em three times at least so far, and MAN, they are absolutely incredible. OK, they're a lot smaller than the WDW ones, and there's no honey in the glaze like at WDW, but they can definitely compete on taste, especially when I throw some raisins in there, too. Mmmmmmmmm! Might have to make some of those this weekend..........

(Master Mason, you're right, Mark probably shouldn't read this thread! :lmao: )