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johns_79
Posted 9/14/2020 17:20 (#8495530 - in reply to #8494690)
Subject: RE: what is a homemade pie worth?


Windom, MN
Nobody has mentioned the sour cream raisin yet? It has become my favorite flavor, maybe because nobody makes it and I only get a chance to have it once a year.

We have a church softball league here and one of the churches in the league has it's own ball field in the country, There is an end of the year tournament played at that field and they have food, including home made pies by the church members. I had never had a sour cream raisin, thought it sounded kind of gross actually, but one lady makes a couple and brings them to the tournament. I now make sure I get a piece when it arrives at the field.

Don't remember how much they charge per slice, no league this year with COVID. Thought it was 2 or 3 dollars. So they sell a whole pie for between 12 and 18 dollars, assuming they are cut into 6 pieces. I think they are cut into sixths, I know the slices are quite large.
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