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I Can’t Get Enough Of This Traditional Dessert!
Every year I look forward to our trip to a nearby apple orchard. I do love the apples, too, but what I’m most excited about are the peaches. I swear you’ll never see peaches this big and juicy anywhere else in the world!
For starters, I eat about a dozen of them before I even start thinking about what to make. I love homemade, canned peaches (with a secret recipe for a special spice mixture I got from my mother), but nothing beats a good, old-fashioned, double crust peach pie. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
I always make half a dozen pies to begin with, and bring them to my friends and neighbors. One of my favorite neighbor’s kids call me The Pie Lady – and I’m quite proud of that nickname! A slice of this pie is pure heaven on Earth, and if you add a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side, I really can’t imagine anything better than that.
Don’t worry if you don’t have the time to make your own pie crust. You’ll do just fine with store-bought pastry!
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Quick Tip: Instead of one big pie, you could use ramekins to make several smaller pies.