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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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Tennessee Chess Pie | The Old Mill

Tennessee Chess Pie

One of our favorite Tennessee desserts is the chess pie, a true Southern classic. Made with just eggs, butter, and sugar, with the addition of cornmeal and vinegar, this

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The Old Mill | Fudge Pie

Who Doesn’t Love 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. Fudge pies were easy, loved by all,

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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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