|by Colin Spencer|
Designed for busy cooks who like to serve food with panache but with little fuss, this book features one-course meals.
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Mix all in ... 1/2 over 1 pie and other 1/2 ... pie. Cover each pie with whipped cream. Eat up - it's a good way to stretch those valuable huckleberries.
Mix together sugar, ... tablespoons sugar. Spoon cream into pie shell, cover bottom evenly. Spoon in berry mixture. Chill ... Serve same day. 6 servings.
Cook 1 cup ... Line the baked pie shell with cream ... Before serving, garnish with sweetened whipped cream to which a teaspoon of vanilla has been added.
Put half of the fresh huckleberries into prepared pie shell. Combine remaining ... slightly and pour over berries in pie shell. Chill. Serve with whip cream.
Frozen or canned ... into pastry lined pie pan; sprinkle with ... over 42 years, it hasn't failed once. I've also included the pastry recipe that I use.
Mix cream cheese, ... cream. Pour in pie crust and refrigerate. ... cornstarch and 1/3 cup water. Cook until thick. Cool. Pour on cheese layer and refrigerate.
Cook to boiling ... until thickened. Fold in enough huckleberries to fill pie shell. You can use frozen huckleberries, substitute drained juice for water.
Cook first 8 ... low heat until thickened and clear. Cool. Add 2 cups whole huckleberries. Pour into pie crust and refrigerate. Serve with whipped cream.
Mix together and ... Make double crust pie shell, fill 9" ... flour, salt and shortening until pea size. Add water until just mixed. Roll out for crust.
Heat oven to ... Spoon into unbaked pie crust. Dot with ... lightly with sugar, if desired. Cool until barely warm or to room temperature before serving.
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