Must get that unpleasant experience from my head, or should I say "nose", and get on with my more pleasant yesterday...
After I arrived back home from my weekly shot in the arm from my Doctor's, Just North of the Checkerboard, in Lion's Head, I had to face those baskets of Peaches watching me from my kitchen's counter top, before those armies of fruit flies decided to descend on us.....so peel, slice, mix and stir I did.
"My most "favorite" baking secret begins with a "Pillsbury Pie Crust", no fuss or muss, or sticky fingers with a pleasing result that even a "seasoned baker" or two, that has tasted one of my pies, could not tell the difference...."
"Sliced and waiting to be drained for the next step...."
"Topped off, fluted and ready for the oven to do its job."
"The end result well worth it all right from beginning to end."
"Then there was Pie #2, much easier to throw together, from start to finish, then Pie # 1... but equally as um mm good."
The first pie has a Peach and Raspberry pie filling I had never tried before, but after the two Guinea Piggies tried it out, that would be myself and my girlfriend, Vicki, we decided it would be a definite keeper ! The second pie being a regular Peach Pie filling is waiting the "taste test" today. Should you like the recipe for either pie, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or look me up on Facebook, under "Cindy's Recipe Exchange" .
"After lunchtime our friends, Doug & Vicki, arrived !"
"Wondering what could possibly be under such a "wrap" on the back of a 5th Wheel?"
"....and baked sweets...."
"Beewax products and such....."
"More baked goods with the most "knowledgeable" little girl on baked goods I have ever met in my life. It would be worth it for me to go back to the Market just to have another most "delightful" conversation with her again.....and she is also so "cute"."
"Another neat and unique gift giving idea. If I had not just bought a Pepper/Salt Mill last week, I certainly would have made a purchase from the "Mapleseed Gallery".