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Colonial Chess Pie

Submitted by: Verdayne Miley 
A chess pie is sort of like a pecan pie - but without the pecans! Great for sugar-holics. 
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Pinto Bean Pie II

Submitted by: Patsy Wilson 
Pinto beans are the surprise ingredient in this gooey sweet pie that 's like a pecan pie. The beans are combined with chopped nuts, lots of brown and white sugars, eggs and butter. This yummy filling is then poured into an unbaked pie shell and baked until the filling is set and the crust golden. Serve with whipped cream or vanilla yogurt. 
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Eighth Race Pie

Submitted by: Lori 
This chocolate and pecan pie laced with bourbon is a sure winner. The butter, sugar, egg, nuts, chocolates, bourbon and vanilla are combined in a bowl, poured into an unbaked pie crust and baked. 
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Chess Pie II

Submitted by: Star Pooley 
In this wonderful recipe, the classic and creamy chess pie is updated with raisins, walnuts and dried fruit. It 's the perfect pie to add to your Thanksgiving or Christmas repertoire. 
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Toll House Pie II

Submitted by: JJOHN32 
First, the crust is baked up flaky and tender. Then you make the filling by mixing the eggs, butter, brown sugar, flour, semisweet chocolate and walnuts. Pour the filling into the prepared crust and bake it. Top this dreamy pie with ice cream or whipped cream. 
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Chess Pie I

Submitted by: Suzanne Stull 
Classic and simple, this pie is dependable and delicious. Sugar, butter and eggs are creamed together, along with vanilla and cream. Then the mixture is poured into a 9-inch pie shell and baked. 
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Toll House Pie III

Submitted by: Karin Christian 
Rich, dense, sweet and chocolaty, this pie has it all, and is a snap to whip up. All the ingredients for the filling go into one bowl: eggs, butter, sugar, flour, semisweet chocolate and pecans. Then simply stir it up, pour it into the crust, and bake it.  
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Burnt Caramel Pie

Submitted by: Glenda 
Sweet and yummy best describes this burnt caramel pie. The trick is cooking the sugar until it 's thick, brown and lovely. The rest of the pie is a snap. The caramel filling is topped with meringue and then it 's baked. This recipe makes two pies. 
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Montgomery Pie

Submitted by: JBS BOX 
This very sweet and creamy pie is made of two layers. The first is whipped up with molasses, sugar, water, lemon juice and rind, and a bit of flour. The second is a creamy, sweet buttermilk topping. They both go into a pie shell that is baked, cooled and served to raves. 
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Egg Custard Pie III

Submitted by: Pat 
This very old recipe has a small amount of milk and a bit of flour stirred into the custard, so it bakes up more dense than a traditional custard. And the nutmeg adds a wonderful flavor to this heavier baked pie. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream. 
 
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