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glenn Nov 18, 1999 03:11 PM

any suggestions for good Thanksgiving pies (pumpkin, sweet potato,apple)

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    Jessica S. RE: glenn Nov 18, 1999 05:09 PM

    Go to Arthur Schwartz's site www.thefoodmaven.com or use the link below which will take you directly to his Pumpkin Custard Pie with cognac..........
    Or did you just want a good take-out place (try Taylor's for huge yummy pies) and not a recipe?


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    1. re: Jessica S.
      glenn RE: Jessica S. Nov 19, 1999 08:17 AM

      yes, you're right I could have been clearer. I'm looking for take out, and Taylors is always a good bet.

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        Jessica S. RE: glenn Nov 19, 1999 09:23 AM

        You might also try Once Upon a Tart (Sullivan betw. Prince & Houston) for great tarts and pies.
        One thing, you may have to reserve at any place you choose, if you want to get it on Thanksgiving.

        1. re: Jessica S.
          jen kalb RE: Jessica S. Nov 19, 1999 03:59 PM

          Marquet (in the Village on 13th I think) and on Smith Street in Brooklyn has luscious, exemplary french tarts - a great choice if youre going a little less conventional (but I really, strongly doubt if they do pumpkin or pecan). My experience at the Smith Street location has been a bit better to date, possibly because that's the bakery location. Also a good choice for a buche de noel (next holiday) but order in advance.

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          Jessica S. RE: glenn Nov 19, 1999 11:44 AM

          Just heard an ad on the radio for Thanksgiving pies at Greenberg's (apple, pumpkin and mincemeat). I love Greenberg's for their cakes and cookies, and I'm sure their pie is wonderful. They have been written about on this site before in reference to "good bakery cookies".

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            MU RE: Jessica S. Nov 19, 1999 01:18 PM

            This is a little obvious, but how about Little Pie Company (44th & 9th)? I think Jim also mentioned another outpost in Grand Central. Their sour-cream-apple pie is great, if you like extra-rich. Pecan is classic and good.

            Or, in Brooklyn, 3 Little Red Hens in Park Slope, which has beautiful cherry and blueberry pies with lattice crusts and my favorite cookies in the city (double chocolate crinkle).

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