Working off of the fried pie theme, fellow blogger Amy, from (the incredibly witty and clever blog) Fix It Or Deal, sent me quite the doozy of a recipe. For Fire Pies.
Your delicious blueberry fried pies reminded me of a very white trashy version: Fire Pies. Just in case you are ever desperate for White Trash Wednesday material*, here is the recipe:White bread – Wonder, Sunbeam, Bunny, whatever brand you prefer
Fruit Jelly – or jam, if you wanna get fancy. Any flavor.
Butter – or margarine or “spread”
Fire – the bigger the better, if you have gasoline, use it
Cast Iron Pie Cooker – these babies can make much more than pies and they are a handy weapon if you are out of buckshot (buy yours from Amazon.com today)
Butter a slice of bread, on the unbuttered side, add a heapin’ dollop of jelly, top with another slice of bread, buttered side out. Place jelly sandwich inside the pie cooker, close and latch the cooker then hold over the fire, turning a few times for even cooking. After about five minutes (or the time it takes to drink one PBR) remove cooker from fire, open and dump your fire pie on to a paper plate. IMPORTANT!: Pie filling will be hotter than magma. If you like having a tongue, wait for pie to cool a bit before eating.
*And yes, I am always on the hunt for great white trash recipes. If you have one you’d like to submit, send an email (that will totally be included in the blog post) and the recipe to me at email@example.com
And a big thanks to Amy for sending such a great WTW recipe my way.