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Fudge Pie

Submitted by: Debbie Rowe 
When you combine cocoa, flour, sugar, butter, eggs and vanilla, you 'll get this simply wonderful fudgy pie. And it 's a snap to make. Once you 've combined the ingredients, bake, cool and serve the pie with dollops of freshly whipped cream and a dusting of cocoa. 
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Chess Pie IV

Submitted by: Elise Childs 
So simple, this rich pie 's recipe only calls for four ingredients, not counting the crust. Butter, eggs, and vanilla are melted, whipped and stirred together, and then baked in a crust for an hour.  
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Beth's Chess Pie

Submitted by: SAUNDRA 
This is a wonderful version of this classic buttery, sweet pie, but a smidgen of cornmeal and condensed milk are stirred in just before it 's poured into the pie shell and baked. 
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Vinegar Pie VI

Submitted by: Lela Massey 
Self-rising flour, vanilla extract and apple cider vinegar distinguish this sweet, classic pie. Along with sugar, butter and eggs, they 're all mixed together in a bowl, poured into a prepared crust and baked.  
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Transparent Pie

Submitted by: KAREN PADGETT 
Sugar, eggs, margarine, a dab of vinegar, and a dash of vanilla are stirred up, poured into a prepared crust, and baked until golden brown and set. If you want to get fancy, you can add golden raisins or dates to the basic filling. Either way, serve this with whipped cream and fresh blueberries.  
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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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Chess Pie III

Submitted by: CLYON 
This is a rich, flavorful pie that 's like eating a pecan pie without the pecans. Along with the sugar, butter and eggs, this recipe calls for cornmeal, vinegar and vanilla. 
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Impossible Buttermilk Pie

Submitted by: Jo 
Buttermilk, sugar, eggs, baking mix, butter and vanilla are beaten together until smooth, poured into a 9-inch pie pan, and baked. It makes a lovely nest for fresh fruit and a dollop of freshly whipped cream. 
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Egg Custard Pie I

Submitted by: Donna Shanks 
Sweet, smooth, and delicious, this Southern pie is made with evaporated milk. It is so easy to make and bake, and it looks and tastes like it took hours to whip up. Wonderful hot or cold, and delightful dusted with freshly-grated nutmeg. 
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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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