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Ground Cherry Pie I

Submitted by: MARBALET 
For this simple, slightly piquant pie, ground cherries bake up wonderfully with sugar and spices and doused with fresh lemon juice. Look for these gems at your favorite farmers market and bake up a pie or two. 
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Best Cherry Pie

Submitted by: Leia 
Sweet, thick and full of cherries, this pie is irresistible. The filling is whipped up from a classic combination of canned sour cherries, sugar, flour, and almond flavoring. 
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Cherry Icebox Pie

Submitted by: PSTEWART 
For this delightful pie, cherry pie filling is dolled up with sweetened condensed milk, eggs and lemon juice. Then it 's baked in a graham cracker crust and chilled for a few hours. 
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Always Delicious Cherry Pie

Submitted by: Jody Clark 
A large pie made with both sweet and sour cherries. Incredibly yummy with vanilla ice cream! 
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Deep Dish Cherry Pie

Submitted by: CindyGrace 
Lots and lots of sour cherries go into this pie and the end result is a slightly tart, juicy, incredibly delicious pie that goes well with scoops of vanilla ice cream. 
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Cherry Cheesecake Pie

Submitted by: Nancy Reeves 
This is the best cheesecake pie I've ever had. 
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Mock Cherry Pie

Submitted by: AROJANN 
Don't have any cherries? Never fear! Cranberries and raisins can be combined to make a double crust pie so delicious your guests won't even notice! 
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Ground Cherry Sauce

Submitted by: lauriebj 
Home Town: Waldorf, Minnesota, USA
Living In: Canton, Minnesota, USA
Cooked with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and vanilla, ground cherries or Cape Gooseberries can be used as a sweet topping, sauce, or as an addition to pies. 
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Perfect Cherry Pie

Submitted by: USA WEEKEND columnist Pam Anderson 
Cherry pie is just about the easiest fruit pie to make. Sour cherries -- the kind you need for pie -- are rarely available fresh or frozen, so the canned variety usually is the only option for most cooks. Not only do canned cherries make good pies, but there's also no peeling, coring, seeding, pitting or slicing the fruit. Just drain, dump, sweeten, flavor and thicken, and you're in business. 
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Cherry Pie III

Submitted by: Beth Campbell 
You'll be able to tell that this is a prize-winning recipe. The crust is flaky and buttery, the cherry filling is thick and perfectly sweetened, and there's a lovely hint of almond extract. 
 
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