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Re: A Few Good Pie Places 2015/09/17 10:34:28 (permalink)
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Indiana is on there 3 times and ALL within 30 miles of each other!  Hmmmmm, could it be because that area is largely Amish, Mennonite, Brethern, German Baptist??
 
 
 


I'm sure it is ... we make the drive to Sarasota to the Amish places for pie all the time
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Re: A Few Good Pie Places 2015/09/17 17:02:34 (permalink)
I guess you are talking about Yoder's in Sarasota. I live in Pennsylvania and have met Amish friends in the restaurant who are "wintering" in Florida. Love their made from scratch butterscotch pie!
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Re: A Few Good Pie Places 2015/09/18 10:29:07 (permalink)
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Seriously?

 
 


Looks good, so what seriously about it?

It looks like amateur hour. The dessert left uneaten at the church social. I have baked cakes that look as good as that, and I don't call myself a baker.



I love when people criticize something they've never tried made by someone who is just trying to make it on their own doing something they love.  Congratulations on being so much better than everyone!
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Re: A Few Good Pie Places 2015/09/18 11:35:04 (permalink)
Looks good to me....He who is without sin, cast the first stone!!!!!
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Re: A Few Good Pie Places 2015/09/18 12:10:16 (permalink)
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JRPfeff
Seriously?





Looks good, so what seriously about it?

It looks like amateur hour. The dessert left uneaten at the church social. I have baked cakes that look as good as that, and I don't call myself a baker.



I love when people criticize something they've never tried made by someone who is just trying to make it on their own doing something they love.  Congratulations on being so much better than everyone!


After watching the show again, that photo does not do that cake justice.  That cake is her specialty, a spiced rum soaked cake, with orange glaze.  Each cake is soaked in almost 750 ml of rum.  Then glazed with an orange liqueur glaze
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