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1 hour ago, smudge said:

I hinted to HoSmudge that it would be nice if there were a blueberry pi at home tonight. He said he's not making pi. WTH???!!! Tons of camp blueberries in the freezer, and he won't make a pi? I told him it's in my head now that he's not making a pi today, so he's not to make one. I will make it when I get home tonight. Gonna get me a pi one way or another, damnit!

 

You clearly need a new husband, or perhaps an additional one.

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9 minutes ago, Randomguy said:

The pie-making is a "very long process" and includes "skinning the grape, cooking the pulp and separating out the seeds."[6]

That is the reason that my mom didn’t make them very often. Other pies are much easier to make.

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Grapes and strawberries belong in Preserves, not Pies.  Save them for Preserve Day.

My daughter (the math teacher) makes pies for her classes every pie day.  I wonder what she made this year?  I. OTOH, have zero time to make pi today

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Ok, here's the pi. I'm horrible at crust. Full disclosure: it's a Pillsbury refrigerator crust, but it had an expiration date of October 2018. HoSmudge!! Why do you have such an old crust in the fridge??!! Said he had planned on making a pi at camp but never got around to it. So the crust is a little old and dried out. But I have the faith; it will be yummy. If not, I'm eating it anyway! We worked hard to pick those berries; and I want pi damnit!!

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9 hours ago, 12string said:

Grapes and strawberries belong in Preserves, not Pies.

Strawberry rhubarb pie is one of the things that makes civilisation worth the effort.

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