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Old 08-11-2016, 08:36 AM   #14729
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Had rhubarb pie tonight with some very appropriate vanilla ice cream. It was ummm ummm good!

No pie for Possum. Sorry Possum.

And I'm not listening to pie advice from anyone who has a bucket list that includes getting shot of a canon.

Pie hand off... First bite...
See what did I tell you. I saw the photos of people eating rubarb pie and they went blind and had to wear glasses, thier beards turned grey and thier hair was on fire. What more can I say about how bad rubarb pit is when it can do such harm to people eating it.
I tell you it is much safer to be shot out of a canon then to eat yucky rubarb pie
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:48 AM   #14730
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Carful bear, carousing with the NNDGers.

But then again I remember them bears like pie! Ah BoBo!
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Hello Thread Killers,

Rhubarb Pie, YUMMMMMM! The Girl LOLT Hi Larry! Don't worry Tim, Larry is still on the Killer side!
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Old 08-11-2016, 08:16 PM   #14732
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Rhubarb Pie, YUMMMMMM! The Girl LOLT Hi Larry! Don't worry Tim, Larry is still on the Killer side!
Well I hope so!
You know how bears can be.
You know for a NNDGer you look pretty normal, not that I care!
But just how good are you at America's Pie? Apple Pie!
We will be heading south out of Canada pretty soon!
Not that I can be swayed!
You know I'm in the medical profession!
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See what did I tell you. I saw the photos of people eating rubarb pie and they went blind and had to wear glasses, thier beards turned grey and thier hair was on fire. What more can I say about how bad rubarb pit is when it can do such harm to people eating it.
I tell you it is much safer to be shot out of a canon then to eat yucky rubarb pie
I was born with my hair on fire and a gray beard... way before I had rhubarb pie...

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Rhubarb Pie, YUMMMMMM! The Girl LOLT Hi Larry! Don't worry Tim, Larry is still on the Killer side!
The rhubarb pie has strengthened my killin' instinct and made me a better Bear.
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Old 08-12-2016, 09:29 AM   #14734
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I had ice cream last night

Ice cream you cream
We all cream for ice cream.

No one creams for rubarb pie.

I am glad you Pen- Sul Tucky
Folks enjoy your rubarb pie.
Someone has to eat up yhat stuff.
I knew a lady who use to bake a rubarb pie.
I could not eat that even to be polite.
Then she started to mix it with more and more strawberries
And all it did was spoil the strawberries.
I believe rubarb pie is going to kill this thread.
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Old 08-13-2016, 12:32 PM   #14735
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Hello Thread Killers,

Tim, when the DH and I were first married we rented a house with an apple tree out back. I learned to make pies from those apples and got pretty good at it. How do you like your apple pie, sweet or a bit tart. You use different apples for different sweetness.

One thing I need to do is to figure out how to bake pies in the MH oven since I intend to make pies while traveling. Rhubarb, apple, pecan, who knows what kind. Maybe a apple for Tim.

LOLT The Girl Love me some Rhubarb pie and apple too! Hey Navy
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Hello Thread Killers,

Tim, when the DH and I were first married we rented a house with an apple tree out back. I learned to make pies from those apples and got pretty good at it. How do you like your apple pie, sweet or a bit tart. You use different apples for different sweetness.

One thing I need to do is to figure out how to bake pies in the MH oven since I intend to make pies while traveling. Rhubarb, apple, pecan, who knows what kind. Maybe a apple for Tim.

LOLT The Girl Love me some Rhubarb pie and apple too! Hey Navy
DW aka Mary uses Granny Smith Apples, just a bit tart! You've got my mouth watering already! Not that I can be swayed, cause this here thread is going down, but homemade ice cream sure makes a great topping for tart apple pie! Come back down to Hot Springs, AR this spring and we can discuss this matter!
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Hello Thread Killers,

Tim, that pie and ice cream making is going to happen sooner or later. You make the ice cream and I will make the pie. The pie receiver always walks away with whatever pie is not eaten so you invite how many people you want pieces left of.

I need to retire, all this working is impunging on my pie baking time and camping time and darn it I need to quit working.

LOLT The Girl!
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No pie for me today. Apple Crisp with ice cream and coffee. Made with apples picked freshly from our tree.
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Hello Thread Killers,

Tim, that pie and ice cream making is going to happen sooner or later. You make the ice cream and I will make the pie. The pie receiver always walks away with whatever pie is not eaten so you invite how many people you want pieces left of.

I need to retire, all this working is impunging on my pie baking time and camping time and darn it I need to quit working.

LOLT The Girl!
Sounds like a plan, we host every spring at a State Park nearby. Might could throw some fresh catfish fried up to perfection depending on our dates at the lake. Don't know those dates till January.
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Do any of you pie baking people ever bake an apricot. Pie?
Now that is a pie to get your mouth watering

If you can bake a fresh apricot pie I will have free tickets for you to my cannon Ball event.

Now we are talking. It's a California pie.
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Peach pie is better.

Chocolate macadamia is another great one. If you can find it at Marie Callendars it will be very very good!

There are no bad pies, just some are better than others!
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Peach is good Gordon, but my favorite is Pecan!! OM NOM!!

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