The Real Pie Club

I guess it’s the heat, but instead of cookies I keep thinking about pie — not baked pies or fruit pies, but creamy, frozen pies like sour cream lemon, Irish cream pie and strawberry chiffon. Somehow, while thinking about pies, I stumbled across this site.

The Real Pie Club

I don’t know any of the members, but I’d like to be part of that club!

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Comments

  1. Therese B. says

    Pie…

    Oh how I have a fear of pie! Especially
    pie crust. I think it’s because my mother-in-law makes the perfect crust.
    I will never be able to surpass her crust.
    She has the magic touch!

    She makes all kinds of pie too. From Apple to
    banana creme.
    I want her to teach me how…it is on my list of goals…I am sure she would be happty to
    show me. She is a really nice mom-n-law!

  2. CindyD says

    Have you looked at the Cool Whip site? My favorite is Cheesy Cherry Pie, which would be just as good with strawberries. I made their lemonade pie a long time ago and remember really liking it, too.

  3. Louise says

    It looks like “The Real Pie Club” needs you. It appears they haven’t posted anything since February. I like the looks of the Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. Both are in season right now. :-)

  4. says

    Mmmm, pie! We seem to only have pie at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but I love most pies! Now I don’t really NEED more pie, but they are good! ;)

  5. says

    Hmm…for a site calling itself the “The REAL Pie Club,” there are a lot of recipes calling for Pillsbury refrigerated crusts and/or pre-fab graham cracker crusts!

    Maybe I’m just feeling snooty because I conducted a nearly four-hour workshop on pie-making yesterday, and I taught seven beginners to make stellar pie crusts by hand!

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