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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Oil Pie Crust
I understand how this recipe could go completely awry but it worked for me without a problem. I had to chill it for longer than 15 minutes...more like an hour but after doing so and keeping the flour amount the same I had no problems out of this. It was incredibly flaky after baking and alot lighter than a butter crust. I made half a dozen mini apple pies with it to try it out and my husband LOVED it! I'm not big on crust because many of them are too "doughy" (not a word, I know) but this was perfect for me. I added a tablespoon of sugar to sweeten it a bit and it was just right. I can't wait to make a full pie with this recipe.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 6, 2011
Sausage and Cornbread Dressing
I think I'll stick to my mother's recipe. This was good but I enjoy her version better, it's base is a little more savory and she cuts up cooked turkey breast meat or the boiled insides (neck, gizzards, & heart) of the turkey and adds it to the dressng. I suppose it just depends on your taste, but the sausage version didn't work for my family.

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2011
Apple Pie by Grandma Ople
This pie was really good and the apples were nice and crisp even up to day 3 (I baked it for 35 minutes at 350 degrees F), the crust was nice and flaky (I used Pillsbury ready made crust to save time since I had a newborn to tend to while cooking). My only issue is how to make my crust sweeter. This has nothing to do with the recipe I'm sure, I just don't like for my pie crusts to taste doughy and would like to figure out how to fix that. I prepared and baked it according to the directions, and it came out flaky but I just wish it would've had more flavor. Would butter make for a better wash than egg whites? Also, I wish the filling was a little thicker. I like for my pies to smell like the fruit they're made from but this only smelled like apple pie when it was in the oven. Could just be me but the aroma wasn't very enticing. Other than that & my bottom crust issue my family loved it and it didn't last but 3 days (including the night before it was served). We served it warm with a scoop or two of french vanilla ice cream. My husband demands that I make this at least once a month, more in the spring and summer months! Looks like it's a keeper!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2011
 
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