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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by AKBill, Sep 22, 2019.
You needed to add, all of the above.
A good carrot cake is easily my favorite dessert. And since it has carrots in it, well it is practically health food.
Pumpkin sans the coconut.
I make a pumpkin custard that I fold in whipped cream and put in a graham cracker crust. Delish. It’s lighter in consistency
AKBILL, I suspect you know what pie all us here in the PACNW like: fly pie. What ever they've got at Jefco (0S9) when you get there!
If I make pie however, it will be Maple/Burbon Pecan Pie!
Pecan if I’m in the Carolinas,
WILD Blueberry when I’m in Maine.
Banana moon pie.
Apple, m'lady makes 'em oh so good. Chilled Vodka in the crust, what's not to like?
But the Pecan Bourbon Chocolate Chip she pulls out for Turkey Day does not suck.
I didn't realize they carried passports...
And a RC cola.
Is cobbler technically pie? My favorite is peach cobbler.
Also like apple pie with cheese melted on it.
As a mathematician, my favorite is obviously 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679821480865132823066470938446095505822317253594081284811174502841027019385211055596446229489549.....
Now excuse me whilst I go look up "banana moon pie"...that is a thing?
Yes. It’s nice flying that way since it breaks up the monotony of corn fields.
Any and all of them from Nugget Bakery at PASI and/or Spruce Goose Cafe at 0S9
Funny you mentioned it, Tami said don't forget to mention the Nugget in Sitka. We fly there and bring back pies for friends. Lunch and the $100 pie..
Technically a cobbler, but blackberry.
Tried my first strawberry rhubarb pie when I went to complete the purchase and annual on our Commander while in Hamilton Ohio at a place called Hyde's. I also had my first taste of Goetta (pronounced “getta”) it's a mixture made out of meat, oats, onions and spices that is formed into sausages patties, good stuff.
I don't want my fruit cooked. When I eat fruit, I like it fresh, raw and I eat it like people eat popcorn. I just sit there and shove handfuls in my mouth. So no fruit pies for me. I have some young blueberry bushes that need to hurry up and mature, can't wait to start stuffing my face with those!
I think all desserts should be chocolate. Pie, cake, ice cream, whatever, it should be chocolate based.
Mom makes a buttermilk pie at Christmas, and she knows to make me an extra one so I can take one home.
Has anybody had shoofly pie? I grew up in Lancaster County Pennsylvania and it is a local staple of Amish cuisine.
Hot with vanilla ice cream
My maternal grandparents lived in Johnstown (pronounced, "Choanstahn") near Lebanon Valley in that area. They weren't Amish or Mennonite, but my grandmother considered herself "Pennsylvania Dutch," .. Deutsche, actually, I think, more German heritage than Dutch, but I always saw it spelled "Dutch" growing up. Anyway, yes, Shoofly Pie was a staple at her house. Her diet (and most of the recipes in the Amish and Mennonite cookbook we still occasionally pull out when we looking for some of Grandma's comfort food) consisted of only two food groups.. fats and sugar. She used to serve "Lassie Bread" with every meal.. a piece of white bread destroyed with slabs of hard butter on it and covered in molasses, then folded over. Mmmmm... health food. Loved it as a kid. Makes me cringe now. I still love Shoofly pie.
in that order. I believe that if anyone puts gourds or vegetables in dessert, they should be shot.
I do like pumpkin pie, but I agree... Pumpkin is the tofu of the vegetable world. Wait.... tofu is a vegetable, too, kind of... soo... I guess tofu is the tofu of the vegetable world. Maybe pumpkin is the tofu of the pie world... does anyone make pie out of tofu?
I miss the old McDonald's pies when they were deep fried. The baked ones are ass.
FYI, anyone that refers to a pizza as a 'pie' should be blindfolded and shot.
Pizza is Italian for "pie."
Shoot all the Italians!
Let's not do that. I live near Syracuse. You'd be shooting most of my friends. I'd be sad.
Hmm... when I run 'pie' through the translator in to Italian, I get 'torta.'
It's a catch all, torta is also cake.
Reminds me of the Italian fable about the rich kid and a pie... "The Torta and the Heir...."...
You need to find a New Jersey <==> English translator.