|Everyone Can Cook Seafood|
|by Eric Akis|
A lively and user-friendly guide. Seafood is a healthy and popular choice, but many home cooks are intimidated by it.
Tip: Try pear pie for more results.
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Preheat oven to 450ºF. Press pie crust into a ... alternating apricots with pears in a decorative ... Vitamin C 10%DV; Calcium 20%DV; Iron 6%DV *Daily Value
Make, but do not bake, a 9 inch pie shell. Drain the two cans of sliced pears. Prepare brown ... (about 35 minutes). Remove from oven and cool before cutting.
This variation of a Southern deep-dish apple pie substitutes mixed fruits, ... apricots, peaches and pears. Combine sugar ... pastry so steam can escape. Bake 50 ... warm with ice cream.
Drain canned fruit and reserve. ... fruits. Gently fold in apricot filling and marshmallows. Chill. Shredded coconut and/or chopped pecans can be added.
Mix first 5 ... 5 sliced fresh pears. (You can also use canned sliced pears.) Pour ... on top of pie and bake at ... golden brown.) Cool and refrigerate.
Great with poultry, ... all fruit (except pie filling) until very ... top. Combine and mix. Spread topping over fruit. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
Be sure to use peach pie filling as this is the binder. Other types of fruit can be substituted.
Dice and drain well all fruit. It can be made 2-3 days ahead. Refrigerate. Serves 75.
Combine pears, sugar and ... Pour into unbaked pie shell. Bake at ... minutes, put crumb mixture on top of pie and continue baking until pie has browned on top.
Preheat oven to ... baking dish, combine pear slices and pie filling. In medium ... rack to serve warm. Serve with whipped cream or ice cream if you like.
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