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    kozzak Guest

    Default Dixieland Chess Pie

    Dixieland Chess Pie
    Categories: Dessert, Pie. Dixie, Southern, USA, Side dish
    Yield: 1 pie

    1/2 c Butter
    2 c White sugar
    1 ts vanilla extract
    4 ea Eggs
    1 tb cornmeal
    1/4 c evaporated milk
    1 tb distilled white vinegar
    1 ea 9" unbaked pie shell

    Pre-heat your oven to 425 deg-F.
    Mix butter, sugar & vanilla together in a large bowl.
    Mix in your eggs then stir in cornmeal, evaporated milk & vinegar
    until smooth.
    Bake for 10 mins. then reduce oven heat to 300 deg-F.
    Bake for 40 mins. more.
    Remove from oven then allow to cool.
    Cut tnh top servings with whipped cream.

    ORIGIN: Missy Ingraham, Blountstown-FL, circa 2011

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    ItsJoanNotJoann Guest

    Default Re: Dixieland Chess Pie

    On May 27, 9:42*am, kozzak <kozz...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Dixieland Chess Pie
    > Categories: Dessert, Pie. Dixie, Southern, USA, Side dish
    > Yield: 1 pie
    >
    >
    > ORIGIN: Missy Ingraham, Blountstown-FL, circa 2011
    >
    >

    For crying out loud, that's just a plain old Chess pie that has been
    around since Adam was a lad. I've made enough of these I can do it in
    my sleep and not even look at a recipe. There's no 'Dixieland' to it
    nor did Missy originate this pie. She copied it out of a cookbook or
    found the recipe on the internet.

    Stupid people post recipes like this and think they are sharing
    something no one else has ever heard of and then want to give credit
    to some twit in in Florida who probably can't even boil water.

    Good grief.

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    sf Guest

    Default Re: Dixieland Chess Pie

    On Fri, 27 May 2011 17:54:20 -0700 (PDT), ItsJoanNotJoann
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On May 27, 9:42*am, kozzak <kozz...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > Dixieland Chess Pie
    > > Categories: Dessert, Pie. Dixie, Southern, USA, Side dish
    > > Yield: 1 pie
    > >
    > >
    > > ORIGIN: Missy Ingraham, Blountstown-FL, circa 2011
    > >
    > >

    > For crying out loud, that's just a plain old Chess pie that has been
    > around since Adam was a lad. I've made enough of these I can do it in
    > my sleep and not even look at a recipe.


    Good to know that was a generic recipe. I'm a Northerner, so I've
    never made or eaten it.

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