Vanilla Bourbon Cherry-Blueberry Pie Recipe

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Vanilla Bourbon Cherry-Blueberry Pie Recipe:- In addition to that, it is stuffed to the brim with CHERRIES, which amazes me. At this same moment, I assert that cherries have become my new favourite fruit to consume during the summer. It was melons, nectarines, and berries that I like eating the most when I was a child, but I had never tried cherries. Or, at the very least, I do not recall having them in the vicinity. According to my father, we did, but the only thing I can recall is eating a lot of watermelon.

 

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Vanilla Bourbon Cherry-Blueberry Pie Recipe

I am going to presume that we consumed a lot of watermelon because we have a large family, and watermelon is inexpensive, so yes, we ate a lot of it. When you have a large family with an excessive number of young children, you are hunting for inexpensive fruits. When I think back on it, I have to admit that my parents did a fairly good job of ensuring that there was always fresh fruit available.

In addition to having a large quantity of strawberries, blackberries, or any other berry that was on sale that particular week, we always had drawers stuffed with nectarines (or peaches, depending on which one looked more appealing). I suppose it wasn’t simply watermelon, but to tell you the truth, I don’t recall ever eating cherries in my life.

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In addition to a generous helping of flaky crust, today is all about the cherries and blueberries, and perhaps even a little bit of bourbon at the end of the day. In addition, I will be having a large scoop of vanilla bean ice cream because that is the way I am going to be doing it today.

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Due to the fact that tomorrow is the Fourth of July, today is somewhat comparable to a Friday. This means that the majority of us will have a three-day weekend, and that means that we will need pie. We will also need a tiny bit of bourbon, which, for some inexplicable reason, makes the cherries taste even better. Absolutely, I had no idea it was even a possibility. So it would appear that it is.

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Because of this, even if I may be having some bad days in the kitchen this week and my photographs from the past two days have been terrible – so terrible that I erased them from my computer the moment I glanced at them – I can at the very least try to convince you to make this pie. You should also know that if I baked a pie, you are capable of making a pie as well.

 

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OK, okay, okay. Before I begin, I would want to inform you that I have never had a cherry before. It was around this time last year that I had my very first cherry, and to tell you the truth, at first I was like, “Yeah, I don’t know, these are okay.” After that, however, I couldn’t stop coming back for more for some reason. I believe that I was hungry before supper and munching while writing a post or something like that, but the point is that within a day of trying them and stating that they were just okay, I was taking back my words and singing a whole different tune.

Despite the fact that I had some incredibly delicious fresh Oregon cherries that had most likely been picked the day before, I have been waiting for cherries to come back ever since they were last available. Moreover, I am completely dependent on them, and I dread the day that they are no longer available.

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What else is there to say? It wasn’t even that difficult to do. How about the crust? I can’t believe how amazing the crust is. Almond meal is called for in the recipe that I used from Bon Appetit, and I can honestly say that it makes a world of difference. It has a lovely and roasted appearance on top, in addition to being quite soft and supple. I am certain that it is the epitome of crust perfection.

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It is then time for the filling. I decided to include the blueberries in an effort to achieve a little bit of red, white, and blue colouring. Unfortunately, things did not turn out to be as successful as expected. Despite this, I am still quite pleased that I used them because they contribute a pleasant texture and serve to balance out the flavour of the cherry.

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    Jasmine Gomez is the Wishes Editor at Birthday Stock, where she cover the best wishes, quotes across family, friends and more. When she's not writing for a living, she enjoys karaoke and dining out more than she cares to admit. Who we are and how we work. We currently have seven trained editors working in our office to produce top-notch content that you can rely on. All articles are published according to the four-eyes principle: After completion of the raw version, the texts are checked by (at least) one other editor for orthographic and content accuracy.

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