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Beautiful Blueberries
Gorgeous silver-blue on the outside and purple, juicy and sweet-tart on the inside, blueberries are native to North America but now are grown throughout the world. In England, they’re called bilberries, and in Scotland, they’re blaeberries. They’re related to huckleberries and cranberries, and are high in antioxidants that can help prevent heart disease and stroke and high in potassium, as well.

 

Crumb Crusts: Easy as Pie!
Crumb crusts are classics for mousse, custard, pudding, and ice cream pies. They are easier to make than pastry crusts and always fit the bill when it comes to flavor and texture.

 

Pie Dough? You Can Do It!

Pie dough baffles a lot of otherwise competent, even inspired, bakers. While no one claims that making your own is “easy as pie,” doing so is well within most home cook’s purview. It’s just flour, water, and some sort of fat, right? How hard could that be?

 


 

Ten of the Most Asked Questions About Thanksgiving

Everyone has questions when Thanksgiving rolls around. How large should the turkey be? What makes the best stuffing? Can pies be frozen ahead of time? We have collected 10 of the most commonly asked and provided the answers. The best advice, though, is to relax! Enjoy the day with your family and friends. Happy Thanksgiving!


 

Baking the Perfect Pie

When the holidays approach, many of us decide it’s time to make pies. Trouble is, many of us aren’t too good at them.
A few tips for success!


 

Pumpkin Pie – and So Much More!

When we think of pumpkins, we think of pumpkin pie. Pies are best made with the flesh of small sugar pumpkins but for those of us who would rather not chop up a pumpkin, canned pumpkin products are truly first rate.


 

Beautiful Blueberries
Gorgeous silver-blue on the outside and purple, juicy and sweet-tart on the inside, blueberries are native to North America but now are grown throughout the world. In England, they’re called bilberries, and in Scotland, they’re blaeberries. They’re related to huckleberries and cranberries, and are high in antioxidants that can help prevent heart disease and stroke and high in potassium, as well.

 

Ten of the Most Asked Questions About Thanksgiving

Everyone has questions when Thanksgiving rolls around. How large should the turkey be? What makes the best stuffing? Can pies be frozen ahead of time? We have collected 10 of the most commonly asked and provided the answers. The best advice, though, is to relax! Enjoy the day with your family and friends. Happy Thanksgiving!


 








 
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