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post #1246 of 1403 Old 06-16-2017, 10:41 PM
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My Dad's favorite pie is huckleberry so for Fathers Day I made him one.

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post #1247 of 1403 Old 06-17-2017, 05:16 AM
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My Dad's favorite pie is huckleberry so for Fathers Day I made him one.
Unreal. That might be another cover shot!
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Unreal. That might be another cover shot!
Didn't make it.... I found a #6 Griswold at a yard sale this morning. It was all rusted up but it was only $15 bucks I was in such a hurry to strip it I forgot to take a before picture but it turned out really nice.
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I got pie hungry last night about 9 went in the kitchen and absolutely threw a little peach pie together maybe took 15 minutes plus cooking time and bam! Cast Iron Cooking 4th of July Cover! My wife had last year I got this year not bad out of a group close to 250k
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I got pie hungry last night about 9 went in the kitchen and absolutely threw a little peach pie together maybe took 15 minutes plus cooking time and bam! Cast Iron Cooking 4th of July Cover! My wife had last year I got this year not bad out of a group close to 250k


that's you? i saw that its awesome
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I got pie hungry last night about 9 went in the kitchen and absolutely threw a little peach pie together maybe took 15 minutes plus cooking time and bam! Cast Iron Cooking 4th of July Cover! My wife had last year I got this year not bad out of a group close to 250k

Congrats!
You two don't F--- around when it comes to pies!

IMO the huckleberry pie is way nicer than the peach pie, but maybe the whole rushed/casual aspect of it made it look more like a relaxed 4th of July cover for whomever chooses the cover!
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Congrats!
You two don't F--- around when it comes to pies!

IMO the huckleberry pie is way nicer than the peach pie, but maybe the whole rushed/casual aspect of it made it look more like a relaxed 4th of July cover for whomever chooses the cover!
I was shocked when I saw that this morning! I love pies Jeff! We actually were asked to make pies for a benefit auction this weekend. Guess we will see how much people will pay for a pie.
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Here are the pies I made this afternoon for a benefit auction for a friend that has cancer. I hope these suckers sell!
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Holy God. They will sell, for sure.

Do you put a bottom crust on these? You should do a step by step tutorial of this process, for us non pie makers!
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Holy God. They will sell, for sure.

Do you put a bottom crust on these? You should do a step by step tutorial of this process, for us non pie makers!
Yes sir! Foodal has asked me to do some articles for them. They want be to do a pie video as soon as possible if I decide to do it I'll post it in here first.

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The pies look really great and the old door is very cool looking .

I have never seen an old door handle like that before .
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The pies look really great and the old door is very cool looking .

I have never seen an old door handle like that before .
It was out of one of the old shacks on our place. It was an old cabinet door, I thought it would make a nice photo.

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It was an old cabinet door, I thought it would make a nice photo.
It did and I could easily tell by the size of the skillet and door that it was a cabinet door .

The cabinet doors in my old kitchen has door hinges very much like those .

All in all Hashbrown that looks to be a great cook with exellent presentation .
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All 3 of the pies brought well over a $100 each!
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