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How to make Huckleberry pie

Huckleberries grow wild in many areas and can be found in produce markets in summer, but usually only where they grow. They are similar to blueberries but smaller and with more noticeable seeds. Baked in a pie they are smooth and bright tasting. Serves 10.
Views 1077 | Rating 1 | Comments 0| Date Mar 10, 2008
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How to make a blueberry lemon cake

This striking cake is a study in blue and white. Its lively flavor comes from the simple combination of lemony whipped cream and fresh blueberries. Serves 12.
Views 789 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make blackberry lime cobbler

Cobblers are one of the simplest and most delicious ways to take advantage of the abundance of summer or winter fruits. They are like deep-dish pies except that they have no bottom crust. Traditionally, cobblers have been topped with biscuit dough, however,...
Views 910 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to make apple cranberry cobbler

Apples and cranberries are a well-loved combination. This is a great cold weather dessert that’s perfect for the holiday table. Cobblers are like deep-dish pies except that they have no bottom crust. Traditionally, cobblers have been topped with biscuit...
Views 815 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Mar 1, 2008
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How to bake an apple walnut tart with butterscotch glaze

Tarts, the European equivalent of American pies, have become very popular in the U.S. over the last few decades. Besides tasting great, they are very beautiful topped with colorful apples arranged in geometric patterns and glazed to a high shine. This deep...
Views 722 | Rating 0 | Comments 0| Date Feb 20, 2008