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Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie

Advantages To Homemade Pumpkin Pie

The biggest difference between a homemade pumpkin pie and a storebought pie is the crust. The crust is what determines the quality of a pie and the time involved in making it. The perfect piecrust is both flaky and crumble in your mouth good. A dash of salt brings out the butter and a little bit of sugar will insure the flavor of the filling is not lost in the crust. This is why we insist on you not buying a storebought crust. Making a crust takes no time and costs less than a storebought crust. A pie can have the greatest filling in the world, but it is still a horrible pie if it has a "cardboard crust." The piecrust listed on this website even appeals to those in my family who hate crusts of all kinds and this is why I am sure it will become your favorite.

 

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