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Good morning to everyone, I have been listening to a CBC radio program that had someone asking about Flapper Pie and its origin in Canada. Many people have commented that it was a family favourite at home and in restaurants for a wonderful dessert. I think it has its origin on the Canadian Prairies in the early 19th century. Does anyone know why they called it Flapper Pie.

Posted: Apr. 20, 2013 8:38 am
 
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