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Re: I'm back!

And then there was Chess Pie with similar ingredients.  I have heard that 
it was really "jest pie" but awfully good.

My family had a rich cake recipe called "Prince of Wales Cake" with 
alternate dark and light layers and a rich filling containing maraschino
cherries.  I always suspected that it was really "good enough for the 
Prince..." and not really one that had been served to that notable.  This
family had a deed to the family place in Alabama dated around  1810, and
I doubt had any connections to any Prince of Wales.

In a message dated 12/26/2004 7:00:22 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
I made Jeff Davis pie one year for New Year's Day.  It has a dozen egg yolks 
and a quart of heavy cream.  Tasted like creme brulee pie. However, I'm not 
likely to make it again any time soon because it would probably kill me. 

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