Pushing Daisies Cookbook - Recipes from the Pie Hole
Ned's One Minute Blueberry Pie: Pushing Daisies
Emerson's Chocolate Coffee Pie With Almond Crust: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Country Cream Pie: Pushing Daisies
Ned's Four-berry Pie: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Pumpkin Cup Pie: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Triple Berry Pie With Cardamom And Lattice Crust: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Triple Berry Pie With Cardamom Crust: Pushing Daisies
Ned's Georgia Peach Cobbler: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Caramelized Apple And Pear Pie: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Caramelized Apple And Pear Pie Cinnamon Pastry Crust: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Pecan Pie: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Mixed Tomato Cobbler With Gruyere Crust: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Peach Pie with Vanilla: Pushing Daisies
Chuck's Country Cream Pie: Pushing DaisiesI revised this recipe to add eggs which should help with keeping the pie firm. My last recipe didn't have eggs which made it very testy. Enjoy!
Ned's Four-berry Pie: Pushing DaisiesNed: "Yesterday's Four Berry Pie was actually three-and-a-half because I ran out of cranberries. I didn't tell you that." Chuck: "Actually, you did. You asked if orange counted as a berry. And I said it didn't, but no one had to know but us." Ned: "I like that you said 'us.'" Chuck: "Well we are an 'us' aren't we?"
Chuck's Pumpkin Cup Pie: Pushing DaisiesJust in time for Thanksgiving.. Ever heard of a Cup pie? It's a mini pie only available at the Pie Hole.
Chuck's Triple Berry Pie With Cardamom And Lattice Crust: Pushing DaisiesAnother great one from The Pie Hole
Chuck's Caramelized Apple And Pear Pie: Pushing DaisiesRecipe originally from Bon Appetit | November 1999 and is a favorite at the Pie Hole!
Chuck's Pecan Pie: Pushing DaisiesAfter a trip to New Orleans, I found this recipe at the Palace Cafe.
Chuck's Peach Pie with Vanilla: Pushing DaisiesThere's nothing more delightful than some peach pie with a little "vanilla" goodness to brighten your day. It's a plate full of sunshine.
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