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Where can i pick up an unusual apple pie (fondant topping, crumb, or caramel) for thurs?

kramer59 Nov 21, 2009 10:25 PM

Don't have time to bake, and would like to bring a unique apple pie to the dinner. Willing to travel from Koreatown. Thanks in advance....

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    Fuser Nov 21, 2009 11:33 PM

    Believe it or not, our local Vons today in Ventura had a square pie with a caramel/nut top that looked pretty interesting. Maybe they have them as far south as LA.

    1. Emme Nov 22, 2009 08:54 AM

      believe it or not, Costco has a fabulous apple crumb pie... lots of streusel and lots of apples...

      1. Local Nov 22, 2009 09:01 AM

        Susina Bakery has an apple tart w/ vanilla hazelnut crumble that comes in various sizes. it's listed with the Thanksgiving menu.


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        1. re: Local
          maudies5 Nov 23, 2009 07:18 PM

          Susie Cakes has a delicious apple pie with crumb topping (lots of cinnamon).

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          darrenk Nov 23, 2009 08:14 PM

          I saw that Sam's Club had a caramel/apple/nut holiday pie for $9.87 in the Santa Clarita location. I'm not sure how good it would be nut it did look unusual.

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            JeetJet Nov 23, 2009 08:31 PM

            It has been a while but I recall getting some really good pies at The Filling Station out in the old town section of Orange. Pumpkin was very good as was the caramel apple pie. It is what you asked for plus it is large, deep dish and has very special crust. When on the table this pie might take away from the bird. For Thurs? I doubt it but maybe if you call ASAP and beg.... Otherwise, now you know where to go next time,


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              JAB Nov 24, 2009 06:18 AM

              I'm trying these for the 1st time this year.

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                JeetJet Nov 24, 2009 04:02 PM

                Please report back. I searched for some older post and could not find any with photos. I recall Professor Salt once had a great photo of the punpkin pie and it really showed how special the crust is.-- like a thick sugar cookie.

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