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|"Delicious served warm and topped with whipped cream."|
Have you ever tried Shoofly Pie? If yes, did you like it?
Another recipe tomorrow. Thank you for stopping by John's Island.
Cute card! No, I have never tried Shoofly Pie. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
oh, my goodness! that sounds like pure sugar! :)ReplyDelete
Lovely card, but I don't think I'll try to bake this pie.ReplyDelete
Never heard of it, never ate it :)ReplyDelete
Looks like it contains flower and sugar only.
I prefer the calories from your last card :))
But I do like the face of this card :)
Have a great day, John!
Beautiful card, but I have never had shoofly pie and won't, either. LOL! :)ReplyDelete
I have heard of this- but I didn't know what the ingredients were...reminds me of chess pie for some reason, but sounds a bit too sweet with the molasses and corn syrup. Very cool old postcard!ReplyDelete
What a pretty card. I've never heard of this kind of pie. Hope you are enjoying your time with the little one. Blessings.ReplyDelete
I've heard of shoofly pie but have never had it. I've copied the recipe and I will give it a try. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I've never had shoo fly pie. I guess it's one of the things I can put on my list.ReplyDelete
I've heard about it often,but have never tried it.ReplyDelete
Someone in my family made shoofly pie once. Our 100+ year old friend who lived with us would tell stories she had heard about shoofly pie, so we finally decided to make some for her--and so that we could try it.ReplyDelete
I wouldn't want to eat it but I do like the card :))ReplyDelete
Have a fine day
It's one of those things I read about in a book or two, but never have seen in real life. What about you, John? Ever et it? :-)ReplyDelete
Shoofly pie sounds too sweet for me!ReplyDelete
What a great card!ReplyDelete
I've never heard nor tasted this pie. Very lovely card though! I like the colors.ReplyDelete