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Friday, June 27, 2008

Extreme Adventures in Blueberry Pie;)

blueberry pie tutorial
Extreme Adventures in Blueberry Pie:

2 pints washed and picked blueberries stems removed
1 cup (ish) sugar
zest and juice from a small lemon (or 1/2 lg)
1/4 cup (ish) cornstarch
pinch of salt
pat of butter

pillsbury pie crust (ref section)

preheat oven to 350

line pie plate with 1 crust

mix sugar, berries, cornstarch, salt lemon zest and juice in lg bowl

dump all into crust. top with the butter cut into bits-

put on top crust, crimp with fork, then brush with a bit of milk and sprinkle with sugar

poke a few vent holes into the top.

bake for about an hour-

best blueberry pie ever. I based the recipe from some filling I bought at William Sonoma- it’s the fresh lemon that makes it YUM.


serve with vanilla ice-cream or whipped cream:)

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