Throw-Back-Thursday Recipe: Mom's Blue Ribbon Pie Crust

Thursday, June 11, 2015
Welcome to #TBT recipe day!  I love these posts and I am happy that I can share them with you.  What is special about today's post is that I actually have a video for you.  This is the beginning of my video segment on my grandmother's raisin pie.  

My grandmother, or Granny as we called her, was born in 1901.  She experienced WWI as a new bride getting married in 1918 and made it through the depression years with several children.  She also experienced WWII having at least three of her sons serve during that time, but all came home safe.  With my grandfather they raised 11 boys and 1 girl.  They knew hard times and good times.  They had their struggles, but they always survived.  The raisin pie recipe is hers, but we will get to that next week. ;-)

For this week's recipe, I wanted to share my mom's blue ribbon pie crust recipe.  This is the go to crust recipe that my family uses for all our pies.  It is light and flaky, and just down right good!  It is also very easy to make.  

So sit back, sip a tall glass of sweet tea (it is summer after all), and enjoy my mom's recipe!



So let me know in the comments, do you make your own pie crust or buy it?

UPDATE: Get the printable version of the recipe here.

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