A couple years ago I took a big interest in pie baking, I think it had to do with residing in the country, and discovered this delicious and simple pie recipe.
Give this sure-fire crowd-pleaser a whirl!
1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell
3 cups raspberries
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups sour cream
1/2 tsp vanilla
2 tbsp fresh bread crumbs
2 tsp granulated sugar
2 tsp butter, melted
In pie shell, arrange raspberries in an even layer.
In a bowl, combine sugar and flour; whisk in sour cream and vanilla. Spread evenly over berries.
Topping: Combine bread crumbs, sugar and butter; sprinkle over pie.
Bake at 400ºF oven for 30 to 40 minutes, or until pastry and filling are golden. Let cool on rack. Serve same day at room temperature.
Sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in.
To those attending Jerrett and I’s housewarming this Saturday, raspberry sour cream pie will be served.
Although our intentions were to explore more of Stanley Park, Jerrett and I decided to head home along the seawall after visiting with many adorable creatures at the Vancouver Aquarium.
I’ve just returned home from a week long vacation on the west coast. My boyfriend, Jerrett, and I were lucky to enjoy six of our eight days in Vancouver with sunny skies and temperatures around 20ºC.
Our first few nights, we were put up by friends in a most prime downtown location. Complete with adorable canine concierge, Hippo (pronounced ee-poe, he’s French).
Advertise a mechanical bull and they will come.
Last week I decided to investigate what all the hubbub re: Crazy Horse in Kanata was about. From their unique offering of “stone grilling” to the mechanical bull that only comes out on Wednesdays to “buck” you, I knew I was in for an interesting time.
Upon arrival I was underwhelmed by the predictable appearance of the restaurant. Although, it does fit in with the corporate-mass-produced surroundings of the Kanata Centrum.
Taking over Shoppers Drug Mart’s old location at Bank & Laurier, Murale is not your run of the mill beauty store.. however they will accept your Shoppers Optimum points card!
I was welcomed to Murale with red carpet treatment: a free wash and blow dry at their Blow Dry Bar by Marc Anthony. That’s right—no scissors at this station—just a quick 30 minute stop in gets your tresses looking their finest.
But there is so much more at Murale!! I cannot be distracted by the Blow Dry Bar alone… although with this fabulous hairdo you can hardly blame me.
Throwing it back to a set I still really enjoy (especially love the second track!) it’s Blondish of Montréal, Canada.
Created for WMC 2010 this is the Double You Em See Mix Mix Mix. It’s got a killer summertime house vibe that will make your feet float off that dance floor.
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