Peaches and Cream, a Pie Masterpiece

Look, I’m not even going to pretend to be humble about this.

I just made the best pie I’ve ever made.

How do I know it’s good?

I’ve made this pie before and it’s beyond delicious. As proof, ingredients:

  • Organic, local, yellow peaches (which are especially good this year)
  • Heavy cream
  • Confectioner’s sugar
  • Vanilla
  • Brown sugar


I’ve taken my time making it — all morning, in fact, and paid particular attention to the placement of each and every peach slice. It’s the most obsessive I’ve ever been in making a pie.

And it will be at least seven hours before we eat it.


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7 Responses to Peaches and Cream, a Pie Masterpiece

  1. Dr. Dolly says:

    makes me wanna break this fast, STAT!

  2. Tamberrino says:

    Look at all that pie goodness! Make sure you get your queenly wave down pat for when you review all your pie subject.

  3. Tamberrino says:

    Oh, I forgot to ask – is that crust made with lard?

  4. Sean McCord says:

    You are killing me here, Mj!

  5. Marijean says:

    Thanks for asking, Rick. No, this is not a lard crust, it is what is called a Dutch crust meaning it is made with white vinegar and egg. It is an extremely flaky crust.

  6. I always wondered what a dutch crust was, is it hard to make? Pie looks so good, I am not thinking I am going to have to make one!

  7. marijean says:

    Hi Gina, no, it’s not hard to make, but it does take some patience, as with any pie crust. My favorite pie crust recipe comes from The Pioneer Woman

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