There Is a Reason You Don't See This Often
I Already Have A Plan for PiePie Part Two
Step One: Assemble your ingredients and materials and Templates of Rounditude.
Step Three: Make the base crust and paint it with egg white
Step Four: Clean Your Oven (Optional)
Step Five: Pre-bake the crust for a mere twenty minutes when it should have been much longer
Step Six: See With Dismay that AN ENTIRE COFFERDAM HAS COLLAPSED. Ah, the humanity. Carefully pull out the failed cofferdam and all the foil trusses.Step Seven: Fill with black berry, peach, and strawberry filling. Make what you think are cunning decorative strips.
Summary: I don't like canned fruit-filled pies, but Gary claims to like them, even if they have pallid armpits of half-baked pie dough buried in the interior. His mother is baking him a full fresh blackberry pie from the Elvis cookbook for him to eat tomorrow. I will not fare well in the comparison.
Now, I'm wondering if I can get frozen graham cracker crusts aluminum pie pans in various sizes (or make my own), then fill the largest 1/3rd full with a frozen filling, freeze it, place a smaller crust on top of that, fill it with another partial layer, freeze that, and then continue on.
It seems like this week intends to teach me when and how to Cut My Losses.