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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 09-25-2013, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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what type of pie is your state known for??

Don't know if this is the right place for it. But how about we start a list for what kind of pie your state is known for?? A this talk about pie on the other thread is getting me hungry.....

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Hair pie used to be a big seller here in the 80's now I guess you would call it hardwood floor pie. LOL my favorite is apple crumb. Tracy B was talking about some milk pie. I think I want to try that. Sounds like a mid west thing though

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I was a hair pie fan myself back in the day, but I prefer a good apple crum these days with a little French vanilla.

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I was a hair pie fan myself back in the day, but I prefer a good apple crum these days with a little French vanilla.
Hair pie is good but now i prefer any pie

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I live in the Beaver state. Does that count?

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I think it would be Key Lime here, but I'd give two Key Lime pies for one slice of Rhubarb. ..... and I like Key Lime.

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We have one here in Maine that's pretty unique - lobster pie! Definitely not a dessert though. Usually the meat of a whole lobster in a baking dish with a breadcrumb top and lots of butter. Stick it in the oven to warm the lobster, melt the butter and brown the bread crumbs a little bit. The real thing is just that simple and very tasty. No filler like potatos or veggies, etc. Usually served with a baked potato or fries, veggie, and cole slaw or side salad for about $20.

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