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    Sweet Southern Summer Rainbow Pucker Pie.

    Uncle Mikey’s Sweet Southern Summer Rainbow Pucker Pie.

    Okay, all you Southern Belles looking for a way to make your Beaus pucker up?
    Weeeeeeell, since you can only find these ingredients in mid-summer, you’ll have
    to wait a spell. This is the rarest of dessert taste bud treats. It is the Cadillac of all
    Pies!! After tasting this, nothing else will come close again.

    I reckon in today’s world you can buy the pie crust and crust topping already to go.
    So will get to the filling. (This should make two, nine inch pies)

    Filling ingredients:
    2- peeled and sliced apricots
    1- peeled and sliced persimmon
    1- peeled and sliced paw-paw
    2- peeled and sliced apples
    1-cup of diced strawberries
    1-cup of diced cherries
    ¼-cup of diced rhubarb
    ¾-cup of sugar or blue camus
    3-tablespoon all-purpose flour
    2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1-jar (32 ounces total) apple sauce

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    In a large bowl combine sugar, flour, and cinnamon. Add fruits and applesauce
    Mix thoroughly.
    Spoon into pie crust dishes, cover with crust topping.
    Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes (Until crust turns golden brown)

    Let cool for ½ hour and serve.
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    Last edited by LariP; 01-20-2013 at 05:57 PM.

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    Re: Sweet Southern Summer Rainbow Pucker Pie.

    what is paw-paw and blue camus?!?!?! I think you should just make it and send it out to me.

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    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

    Re: Sweet Southern Summer Rainbow Pucker Pie.

    [MENTION=17]cali~jenn[/MENTION] paw-paw is a fruit, I'm sure the specialty section of the grocery will have them.

    My grandma made jelly with paw-paw's when I was growing up, but I don't have a recipe.

    I have no idea what blue camus is either, but since it's that or sugar I'm guessing it's a sugar substitute. Perhaps a brand name available in Southern Ohio?

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