Tuesday, September 11, 2012

PEACH PIE YUMMY - BUT NOT PERFECT



This morning I made a Peach Pie before work.  I am a girl on the go if you know what I mean - that is - I don't have a lot of time for perfection.  Please don't "judge" my lattice crust but I can assure you my hubby will love this.  I love to do something special when I link to other bloggers. I mean, a special post -  but don't always have time.  But this morning I wanted a "getter done" for Tea Time Tuesday and also for Kathy at A Delightsome Life.



Last Saturday I was loaded up with wonderful fruits and vegetables from Debbie and Dave.....I am enjoying using these things and today that plate of peaches became a pie!












Would you like a piece?  Help yourself! Pour yourself a cup of tea as well!











By the way...since you're here listening....I WANT TO COMPLAIN about something - that is, the price of CRISCO!  Can you believe the price of crisco now?  What are they thinking?

Preheat oven to 425 degrees:
Here is the recipe ingredients for the pie crust: 2 cups flour sifted, 1 tsp salt, 3/4 cup of crisco, 5 Tb iced water 

And the pie ingredients:  6 cups of sliced fresh ripe peaches, 1 tsp lemon juice, 3/4 cup light brown sugar, 2 Tb flour, 1/2 Tsp ground cinnamon - all very basic

After you make the crust bottom and put it in the pie plate, dump in the peach mixture, add the lattice and brush the tops of the dough with milk and sprinkle with sugar.  Bake at 425 degrees for about 35 minutes (watch for too much browning)  BAKE AWAY!




21 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good afternoon Bernideen,
Your pie looks fabulous and I'm sure it is delicious. I am loving your table; so pretty in its Autumn colours. Love the teapot!
I thoroughly enjoyed your post today and thank you for joining me. The price of Crisco and many other items such as flour here is just sky-high. I wonder if it's because there are not as many baking any more. Enjoy your day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Sylvia said...

Yes, I would love a piece of peach pie to go with my tea that I am sipping on while reading everyone's post. Your crust looks good and I am sure test good too.

ellen b. said...

Looks great to me Bernideen!!

Handy Andy said...

I've never made peach pie. Perhaps it's time. My thoughts on prices: if you can afford it, buy it. If you can't afford it, don't buy it. Never complain about it either way, unless you want to add to the energy that makes the prices to go even higher. Just a thought.

Victoria said...

Wow..totally gorgeous..exquisite beauty!!Shine on..what a fabulous pie..and beautiful pictures!
Thankyou for such a magical post!
Victoria

Carolyn said...

I would love a piece of your pie-peach is one of my favorites.
I have a few baskets sitting on my cupboard waiting for me to make jam.

I love that tea pot!

Carolyn

Susie said...

I'm dying here!!! It looks so good I just want to jump through my monitor and eat it all up!! Beautiful transfer ware as well. Perfect pairing with the peaches.

Susie at Puddle Jumper Creations

janice15 said...

Your Peach Pie looks fabulous to me Lattice and all...I love your Tea Pot and ware...It's lovely for Autumn. I would love a piece of Peach Pie and cuppa Hot Tea...have a lovely evening .with love Janice

Leslie's Garden said...

Yes, please! And maybe two! Looks wonderful! I love your pretty table, too. So rich in color!

Susan said...

The peach pie looks scrumptious. I'd like to complain also about butter...seriously, $4.99 a pound! I'd love a cup of tea and a piece of pie; it's been a long day:-D

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I wouldn't DREAM of judging your lattice work, heck I have never even MADE a lattice crust, heavens to Betsy, lady!

That looks GREAT and your table is amazing, as always!

YUMMMMMMM too!!! Your husband is a lucky man!

Beth said...

Hi Bernideen, Your autumn table is so pretty - the colors, oh my!!! I think your pie looks great too. I really enjoy fresh peaches - cooked, or fresh. Delicious!

Martha said...

What a yummy looking pie! And not quite perfect means it's homemade!

Laurie Ritchey said...

yes, please, on the slice of pie. It looks delicious. I love brown transferware, and your pieces are beautiful. I can't believe you made a pie before you went to work. It's all I can do to be sure I have on all my clothes before I leave for work. thanks for the recipe. laurie

[email protected] upon a rose haven said...

Your peach pie looks delicious, and your table setting is wonderful!
XO
~Wendy

Elaine said...

What a lovely thought, the pie looks delicious and the table is so sweet, makes me think about the autumn atmosphere, I adore the teapot *_*

Hugs from Italy

Elena

parTea lady said...

Yum - peach pie. Your fall tablescape is very pretty.

Cynthia said...

That peach pie looks great. Your table is a real beauty.

Cynthia

Tea in Texas said...

Bernideen, What a gorgeous fall table! The peach pie looks so scrumpous and I am drooling. The teapot is so lovely and is perfect for autumn. I am always remembering our visit at your beautiful shop and your graciousness when I read your posts.

Thanks, pam

Antiques And Teacups said...

It still looks perfect (and luscious) to me! I am terrible at pastry and always do a streusel topping. I admire you for doing pastry! I love your fall table. I haven't gotten mine done yet...
Ruth

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I would love a piece of your peach pie! It looks beautiful and tasty! Thanks for stopping by my post/feature in Romantic Homes Magazine! Congrats on your feature, too!