Pies, Cobblers and Crisps

Apple Skillet Cobbler

Apple Skillet Cobbler

Start with fresh apples and an iron skillet and you wind up with an irresistible cobbler! Cobblers, like pies, can be made with a pie crust, but some have

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Tennessee Chess Pie | The Old Mill

Tennessee Chess Pie

Chess Pie is a favorite in Tennessee, and it dates back to a time when people used basic pantry staples to create their favorite pies and desserts. Notice that

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Old-Fashioned Cherry Crumble | The Old Mill

Old-Fashioned Cherry Crumble

A crumble is the easiest pie on earth — no crust — just a crumbly, crunchy, heavenly mixture of brown sugar, butter, oats, and cinnamon, blanketing sweet-yet-tart cherries bubbling

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Old Mill Fudge Pie | The Old Mill

Old Mill Fudge Pie

Popular throughout the South, fudge pie was first baked in the early 1900s and is a testament to America’s love of chocolate. They were easy, loved by all, prize-winning,

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