Do you have a quirky, old-fashioned pie recipe from your grandmother? I do, and even though I don’t hear about these old-fashioned pies often, they’re absolutely delicious, and well worth remembering to make.
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This old-fashioned lemon buttermilk pie is a classic. It may look unassuming, but the bright lemon flavor is divine.
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This fashioned sugar cream pie looks like crème brûlée in pie form. And that sounds pretty much like the best thing in the world.
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Have you ever had a chocolate chess pie? If you haven’t, you’re missing out on a slice of pie perfection.
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Classic banana cream pie. I don’t even particularly care for bananas and I love this stuff. Put anything in pie form and I’ll probably love it, to be fair.
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Butterscotch pie with a fluffy, browned meringue topping. Now here’s an old-fashioned pie worth reviving.
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Rhubarb custard pie is probably the most delicious thing on earth. It’s a perfect balance of tart and sweet.
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You should love this old-fashioned buttermilk pie for the texture alone.
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This is what my grandmother called “hand pie.” We’re not sure if it’s because you could eat a slice with your hand, or because you could stir it with your hand. Whatever reason, it’s like a delicious custard pie without the eggs.
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No buttermilk? No problem! You can still get your delicious old-fashioned pie fix with a classic vinegar pie. No really, vinegar pie. Trust me, it’s amazing.
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If you have to shoo flies away from the pie, it’s probably a good thing. If you love the complex flavor of molasses, give a traditional shoo-fly pie a try.