Friday, November 26, 2010

Playing at Pies

I rarely get around to playing the Friday 5 but since I'm home fighting a cold, I'll have some fun.

1) Are pies an important part of a holiday meal?

Yes, especially if I don't have to make them! Although I usually make a sugar free pie with pudding and coolwhip for my husband that we ALL end up eating.

2) Men prefer pie; women prefer cake. Discuss.
News to me, my daughter had pie at her wedding reception instead of cake because she prefers pie. So do I, again, especially if I don't make it. I don't make crust but love other people's homemade crust. My son-in-law's father made yesterday's pies and the crusts were whole grain and DELICIOUS.
3) Cherries--do they belong in a pie?
Yes, I'm a cherry pie fan, but haven't tried the cherry-rhurbard variety.
4) Meringue--if you have to choose, is it best on lemon or chocolate?
Lemon meringue, I prefer my chocolate "straight" and the lemon and meringue just seem to go together.
5) In a chicken pie, what are the most compatible vegetables? Anything you don't like to find in a chicken pie?
I hope our English gals answer some questions about meat pie. I have had "chicken-pot-pie" with the traditional peas and carrots but think any vegetable will do. I usually keep my pies for dessert.

Looking forward to replies. 


Songbird said...

Wedding pie, I love it!!

Jan said...

I loved that wedding pie, too. My dad always wanted pecan pie for his birthday, but I never thought about weddings.

Pastor Joelle said...

But will the little Bride & Groom lose their balance standing on a pie?

Rev Nancy Fitz said...

Actually the pies worked great at the wedding, but their 1-year aniversary a couple weeks ago, left them w/o anything to eat. We didn't put any pie away!