Happy Sunday everyone. I hope you all had a great week. Has anyone started thinking about the up coming fall/winter pie baking season? I have & I want to try to make a my 1st ever rurhabr pie. Anyone got a good recipe to lend me? And any ideas & tips on using this?
Also I'd like to welcome our newest members to the group. Thank you for joining. I hope you enjoy it here. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. I'll do my very best to find a answer for you.
Evening everyone. Am sorry I been away. Things just got so busy around here. 1st Uncle got hurt, then a good friend passed away & I got hurt. Am only now getting back on my feet. I'd also like to take this time to say "Hello & Welcome" to all our new members. Am so glad your part of our group.
At a meal before my uncle's funeral, I at a piece of pie that was outstanding, but I had never had one like it before (and I am from a family of pie bakers). It was a coconut chess pie. One of the church ladies said that this woman uses the same recipe for every funeral meal. She adapts it to chocolate, coconut, lemon etc. I left my email address, but apparently, the woman wants to keep her secret. I have been all over the internet trying different coconut chess pie recipes, and I have yet to find anything like that pie. I think it might have had a bit of buttermilk or maybe lemon in it. In my tests, vinegar didn't exactly provide the slight tart flavor in this pie. If you can help me on my quest, it would be great. I may gain 50 pounds trying recipes, but it was so good, it might be worth it.