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Concord Grape Pie III

Submitted by: Esther Kenagy 
Home Town: Worthington, Pennsylvania, USA
This recipe couldn 't be simpler: All you need are lots and lots of Concord grapes and sugar, a bit of flour for thickening the juices, a few pats of butter, a splash of lemon juice, and a waiting crust. 
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Concord Grape Pie I

Submitted by: Glenda 
You know that you 've eaten a grape when you 've had a Concord grape. That robust flavor makes this wonderful and unusual pie a taste treat. You will have to peel each grape, but the delicious results are well worth the effort. 
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Green Grape Pie

Submitted by: Andrea 
Green seedless grapes are cooked and thickened with cornstarch, poured into a graham cracker crust and topped with sour cream. 
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Ripe Grape Pie

Submitted by: Jean 
The flavor of this delicious pie changes with the type of grape you use, so choose your favorite or try concord grapes. The grape pulp is first cooked on the stove before it 's combined with sugar, flour and melted butter. Then this lovely filling is poured into an unbaked pie shell, covered with a lattice top, and baked until bubbly and brown. It 's perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. 
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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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Bob Andy Pie

Submitted by: Kevin Ryan 
This really wonderful sweet custard pie has lots of eggs, milk, cinnamon, cloves and sugar. It bakes up and slices beautifully. Serve plain or with a bowl of sliced strawberries and whipped cream. 
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Old Fashioned Raisin Pie II

Submitted by: Carolyn 
This pie 's sugary raisin filling is cooked up on the stove. When the raisins are plump and well-sugared, cornstarch and lemon juice is added. Then the thick, sweet filling is poured into a prepared crust and chilled. Serve with whipped cream. 
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Simple Raisin Pie

Submitted by: L. Peter 
Raisins are first plumped in a mixture of water, sugar, flour, vanilla, lemon juice and butter. Then the filling is poured into a prepared pastry crust, topped with another crust and baked. Serve it with scoops of rum raisin ice cream. 
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Cracker Pie I

Submitted by: Glenda 
When soda crackers are combined with sugar, dates, egg whites and nuts, they are transformed into this pie 's light and sweet filling. You 're guests will never guess. 
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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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