Friday Five: Pies R Us?

Fudgy Brownie Pie with Caramel Sauce Recipe
Brownie in a pie!  Yum!

I’m glad I finished up last week’s Friday Five yesterday, so I could play today’s RevGalBlogPals Friday Five about pie!


I am two years gluten free, and I’ve not delved into GF pie crusts yet.  But I did have a pie life before, and hope to have a pie life again someday.  I’ve discovered and multi-tested a great (very great!) GF brownie recipe, though!


Are pies an important part of a holiday meal?  I didn’t grow up with much pie on an every day basis, so a pie does say “holiday” to me.  I did serve a delicious holiday meal yesterday without pie.  The sweet potatoes were like dessert, though.


Men prefer pie; women prefer cake.  Discuss.  My experience says “true” to this one.


Cherries — do they belong in a pie?  I’ve never been a big fan of cherry pie.  I prefer them as a topping to cheesecake.  [Note to self:  Find GF graham cracker crumb recipe!]


Meringue — if you had to choose, is it best on lemon or chocolate?  I’m not a big fan of meringue.  When the choice is lemon or chocolate — anything — the choice is always chocolate!  (Anyone remember the boxed pudding cake mixes, back in the day, that came in chocolate or lemon?)


In a chicken pie, what are the most compatible vegetables?  Anything you don’t like in a chicken pie?  I used to pick out the peas from the pot pies we had as a kid.  I would probably stick with the basics — carrots, potatoes, celery, onions, peas.

7 thoughts on “Friday Five: Pies R Us?

  1. Thanks so much for sharing! And I will definitely be checking out the gluten free brownies just because! I don't discriminate when it comes to chocolate!

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