Sunday, June 27, 2010

What Summer Means to Me - Pie!!!

Hi everyone! I saw this idea on the cover of Martha Stewart Magazine and loved it! Could you imagine how great it would look with cherry or blueberry filling, the contrast would be fantastic!
I simply used my small star cookie cutter and my crimped pastry roller.

38 comments:

  1. I am with you and I am so so impressed with this pie!! This is most definitely one for the 4th of July picnic table!

    Blueberries would be yummy!!

    Jeanne:)

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  2. omgosh, this is so amazing. I've got to find a star cookie cutter and make this one, using cherries, for my family...well...since i have a huge family, I'll turn mine into a cobbler..:)
    Thanks so much!
    xo bj

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  3. Wow, that's some very impressive pastry work! Looks to pretty to eat.

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  4. That is just fabulous. I could do that! You could do so many things with that idea. Thanks for sharing. Food memories are a big part of what summer means to me too. Have a great Sunday.

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  5. Love this! Yours in paticular looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing it, I have a feeling we will all be trying this one!

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  6. What a beautiful pie! You're right the blueberry or cherry would just set off that pastry design. It's too nice to cut!

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  7. What a great idea. It is so pretty!...Christine

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  8. Oh it looks delicious. I love the stars and stripes design. What a clever and creative idea. Hugs, Marty

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  9. This is so adorable! What a great idea, and one that could be adapted for every holiday. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  10. That is one beautiful......pie. I swear I'm going to learn how to make a decent pie before I meet my maker!!!

    XO

    Jo

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  11. I love your stars and stripes pie!

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  12. We love pie around here too! I made one Friday night and it was gone by midnight! LOL teenagers!
    Yours is really cute.
    Sherry

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  13. Your pie is so cute! Just perfect for the fourth!

    Donna

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  14. I make the world's worst pie crust. I am green with envy and hungry with anticipation.

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  15. A sweet hello from Frog Hollow Farm. LOL, I just read the comment from Lori E above - I make a terrible pie crust too!! Just can't seem to get it right - my mom's pie dough just rolled out so beautifully, no little dry pieces all over the place. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! Isn't Summer Sundays fun? Ciao, bella!

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  16. What an amazing pie!!! It screams SUMMER. Thanks so much for joining "SUMMER SUNDAYS". Hope to see you next week.

    - The Tablescaper

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  17. This is a star spangled pie. Worthy to wear the stars and stripes. I will certainly borrow this idea! This pie looks very very yummy!
    Yvonne

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  18. Awesome looking and you are so right that it would look amazing too with cherries. Now I will be craving pie all day long:-)
    Joyce

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  19. Oh my goodness, I saw this in the magazine and thought it was the coolest idea ever! Yours look perfect.

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  20. Love this idea! Perfect for the holidays! Looks amazing and yummy too! I'll be featuring this today. Stop by and grab a featured button if you like. Thanks for joining the Sunday Showcase! ~ Stephanie Lynn

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  21. Wow! This looks delish! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  22. This is a fabulous idea! Yoor pie came out looking better than the magazine photo.

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  23. Very Creative and super yummy looking too!
    Cindy

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  24. Oh girl I love this...I bet even I could make this pie ha ha!! Hope you have a GREAT day my friend...Thanks for a fun post...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  25. Wow... what amazing pastry work... I am so impressed.. would love to sit and have a cup of coffee and a piece of that pie right now..hugs ~lynne~

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  26. Holee Canolee, how adorable is that pie..
    you are sooooooooo creative.. thats pastry magic of the supreme kind.

    Sonny

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  27. Oh I just love this. It is so neat. You are defiitely creative. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  28. What a beautiful pie! Great job. You are a creative cook!

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  29. That is beautiful!! My family would flip if I baked something like that.

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  30. Hello...

    Oooh...sure looks yummy! I have always wanted to do this type of decoration to the top of a pie and just never have! Fabulous with the 4th of July coming up! Maybe I'll have to try it! Ohhh yes, please cut me a slice! Hehe!

    Have a wonderful day!
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  31. THIS is one gorgeous pie ... what time are you serving? May I have a dollop of ice cream please. Chuckle!

    This is my first participation ... pop by for a visit.

    Happy 4th!
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  32. Yum, yum, yum, yum!!! Wish I could have a bite!

    -CK

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  33. What a clever idea! Yummy too!:) Thanks for sharing I might just have to try this for this weekend.

    PS: Im hosting my first giveaway over at Finding My Aloha, head on over and enter if you get the chance :)

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  34. I picked up a copy of the magazine because of those great looking pies. Haven't made one yet, but you are giving me inspiration! ~ Sarah

    ~Happy 4th of July! ~

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  35. What a work of heart! I just love it...like you saw it on Martha Stewart, but I'm too timid to try it. I'm going to bake a pie next week thanks to you. Enjoy it! It looks absolutely divine...

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  36. This looks so yummy! You did an amazing job! Thanks for linking up to Hoo's got talent!

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  37. I love home made pie too--there is nothing like it.

    You will want to check out my favs post tonight.

    Cheri

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