Recipe by Wally Glasgow
"Yellow raisins and pecans. This makes a very tasty "hand pie." My mother used to make this when I was a kid. Eggs were 15 cents per dozen, butter 15 cents per pound. She considered this expensive, and only made this for special occasions--church socials etc. My mother never cut this pie smaller than quarters."
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pastry for a 9 inch single crust pie
This is a great recipe. I made this for someone who had it when they were very little but could not remember what it was called or the ingredients. After some searching, I found this and it was it! I followed the recipe exactly as it was written and had enough filling for two pies. Very sweet! I made sure I took the time to whip the egg whites properly, too.
good pie! very rich and sweet, almost too much so. it only filled one pie crust though, the recipe was a bit misleading.
My grandmother used tomake this pie for me and my parents. It is a wonderful recipe. I am happy to find it to make for my family. Thanks.
My husband nor I cared much for this pie. Don't think it had anything to do with the recipe though. I really wanted to like it since it's an old pie that early Americans used. It's so cloyingly sweet that neither of us could even finish one slice. Will not make it or any of the alternate osgood pie recipes again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 193
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