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Never Fail Pie Crust? Well, Maybe

Okay, this pie crust is supposed to be an easy, never fail kind of recipe. Well, I will admit that when I did follow the directions given me by my aunt, my pie crust failed. In my family, we frequently leave out leave out directions that we always do but often don’t think about.

In this recipe, DO NOT USE ALL THE WET INGREDIENTS. Add them incrementally until you get the correct consistency. I usually use about 2/3 of a cup.


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  1. Which Aunt made this recipe? I don’t know if you remember, but my Mother in Law’s pies were so good–the crust was/is the best I’ve ever eaten! Miss them:)
    Love your new food blog and looking forward to some old family recipes!

    • Eloise. It is the same as Mom used the same or a very similar recipe that she got off of Sue. I have no idea if they all used the same recipe, but I know they frequently exchanged them:)

  2. Thank you for posting this. I am making it tonight and crossing my fingers!

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