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Old 06-25-2013, 04:01 AM   #151
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Sounds like you guys are going to have a great time Steve. Sorry I won't be around to join you for another ride.
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:21 AM   #152
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Wish you could make Todd. Do you still like the 690 and do you have all of your paper products packed and ready?
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Old 06-25-2013, 08:44 AM   #153
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For some reason, I now have an uncontrollable desire for pie!?
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Old 06-25-2013, 08:45 AM   #154
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Now we know who the Bubba Gump of the pie world is.
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Old 06-25-2013, 02:21 PM   #155
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Apple Pie -As long as you got apples, fresh , canned, or dried, you can whip up one of the most traditional pies all year long.

Apple Butter Pie- half of cup of apple butter and the pie will look like a pumpkin pie.

Almond Pie- both chopped almonds and almond extract.

Strawberry Pie- use frozen strawberries but the best taste will come from fresh ones.

Cherry Pie- canned filling you can make a cherry pie anytime that you want.

Banana Cream Pie- you can easily make this pie. Also good for throwing!

Banana Caramel Pie- prepared graham cracker crust.

Banana Blueberry Pie - blueberry taste but you need to use up bananas you can make this pie.

Pecan Pie - You can make this pie with as little as a cup of chopped pecans.

Blueberry Pie - If you have fresh blueberries that is great but if you have frozen one that is fine too to make a blueberry pie out of.

Key Lime Pie - You'll need lime zest and lime juice, a half of cup for a lot of recipes, so you will want to get 3 or 4 limes. If the lime is room temperature you will get more juice out of it.

Lemon Pie - Aside from a pie shell all you will need for this pie is eggs, sweetened condensed milk and lemon juice.

Cheese Cake Pie - One package, 8 ounces, of cream cheese can give this pie.

Cranberry Pie - Something that can be a fun thing to make at Thanksgiving is a cranberry pie.

Blackberry Pie - Another great berry pie is a blackberry pie.

Elderberry Pie - Make this if you feel that you might be getting sick, elderberries are very medicinal.

Pumpkin Pie - There is no rule that you have to only make this during Thanksgiving, if you have a can of pumpkin pie filling or a pumpkin you can make it.

Vanilla Pumpkin Pie - Put a new spin on the pumpkin pie for next Thanksgiving with vanilla pumpkin pie.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Pie - Another way to bring a new kind of pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving is to make a cheesecake and pumpkin mixture pie.

Coconut Cream Pie - When you have a shredded coconut, don't worry it doesn't have to be from a fresh coconut, on hand you can whip this up pretty easily.

Candy Bar Pie - If you have cream cheese, whip cream, pie crust and some candy bars you can whip up this pie in 20 minutes.

Chocolate Cream Pie - Chocolate lovers may be making this kind of cake more than once a year.

Rhubarb Pie - Rhubarb is pretty tart on it's own so if you plan to make this pie make sure that you have sugar on hand.

Pear Pie - A less common fruit pie but still very delicious is the pear pie.

Peach Pie - Fresh peaches in the summertime make a wonderful peach pie.

Gooseberry Pie - You may not see a lot of gooseberries because they are native in Europe, but if you do come across them remember that you can make an awesome pie with them.

Watermelon Pie - This pie is both interesting and tasty.

Peanut Butter Pie - If you love peanut butter you'll love this pie.

Margarita Pie - This pie can have alcohol so it isn't family friendly but you can find recipes that skips the tequila and is something that everyone can enjoy.

Nectarine Pie - A recipe usually will call for 5 or 6 nectarines and some of them don't require you to cut the nectarines more than in half.

Raisin Pie - If you keep raisins on hand and have about 2 cups you should be able to find a recipe to make this pie.

Raspberry Pie - You'll need 4 cups usually to make this pie.

Raspberry Cherry Pie - You can make a raspberry pie and cut the amount of raspberries that you are going to need and add a cup of cherries to the mix.

Ice Cream Pie - If you are not finding a recipe for this they can also be referred to as snow pies.

Walnut Pie - In order to make a walnut pie you will likely only need a cup of walnuts.

Apple Butterscotch Crumb Pie - Take another shot at spicing up an apple pie with butterscotch.

Apple Cranberry Pie - Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunity to combine and apple and a cranberry pie together.

Apricot Pies - These often have peaches in the ingredients as well.

Huckleberry Pie - Huckleberries can sometimes be hard to come by but if you have enough for a pie, about 4 cups, you may want to make this wonderful dessert.

Candy Apple Pie - Halloween might be the time to make this pie.

Cappuccino Pie - Coffee lovers might be getting tired of cake with their coffee, when that is the case you can make a cappuccino pie.

Moca Pie - Another pie that might get coffee lovers excited is moca pie.
What about Tomato Pie?
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Old 06-25-2013, 02:49 PM   #156
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I have 6 Black heart cherry pies in the deep freeze right now
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Old 06-25-2013, 06:54 PM   #157
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I know tomato is considered a fruit but not unless it comes with mozzarella cheese, feta cheese, bacon, pepperoni, green peppers, and onion.
Actually a lot of that stuff goes into a tomato pie. I was dubious until I tried it. Good stuff, although it is not a dessert pie, but a meal pie. A fantastic use for those over ripe tomatoes we all wind up with.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:21 PM   #158
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Wish you could make Todd. Do you still like the 690 and do you have all of your paper products packed and ready?
I'm really liking the 690. It's finally fully prepped for Africa and they crated it yesterday. I won't see it for two months though.

I also have two years worth of shit paper, baby wipes, shampoo, etc.!
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Old 06-25-2013, 10:39 PM   #159
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Hey Rob,

How are you enjoying the left coast??
Scotty,
Sorry I missed this until now. This is a pretty awesome gig. If you are riding a bike you can do every bad thing you ever wanted to do that would land you in jail in VA. Split lanes, ride down the shoulder at 80, etc. LEO could care less. If anyone is interested in coming out for the MotoGP it would be easy to fly into Oakland, rent a bike at the Oakland HD dealer and ride down the coast to Laguna Seca.

Goose, sorry for the hijack. I'll get some ride reports posted one of these days
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:01 AM   #160
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No problem Rob glad to hear you are enjoying it out there,becareful.
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:15 AM   #161
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Oh don't go there... Now I really am home sick. I grew up on Tourtičre pie. Best with canned deer, moose, bear, and grouse.
When I first read this I read it as tourettes pie. Guess I need more coffee.

Oh and the kegs will be chilled and ready.
I ended up getting a Do All hitch mount 3/4 trap thrower .I priced the auromatic throwers and used the price difference to buy a few new farkles

I will not be working on Friday so anyone wanting to show up early is more than welcome to do so.
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Old 06-26-2013, 10:27 AM   #162
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Hey I think a bacon wrapped bbq meatloaf will be on the menu with butter beans corn on the cob and yeast rolls.
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Old 06-26-2013, 12:32 PM   #163
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Hey I think a bacon wrapped bbq meatloaf will be on the menu with butter beans corn on the cob and yeast rolls.
I really hope we all won't be leaving with a yeast infection.

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Old 06-26-2013, 12:34 PM   #164
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Guy, you will be ok if you just eat it and don't F#ck it....



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Old 06-26-2013, 01:39 PM   #165
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Hey I think a bacon wrapped bbq meatloaf will be on the menu with butter beans corn on the cob and yeast rolls.
Can't ride, can't shoot but that sounds good.
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