Sunday, July 23, 2017
Take pie plates for example. Lots of pie plates. Like 100 of them.
It did turn up a now deceased lady in Indiana--with that name--and her obituary mentioned her percolator was always on and she was known for her cakes and "mile high pies." This conjures up a picture in my head--of a really tall, really wonderful lemon meringue pie-- With those pretty little peaks of meringue that looks like ocean waves and disappears like a cloud when you taste it. (not the sort of tough gummy top with lots of beads of sugar that seem to plague my two forays into lemon meringue pie)
Helen of commercial pie fame will continue to be a mystery. But I know for certain--I bet our Indiana Helen was a very kind and popular lady--especially at church potlucks.
Adieu Belle Dame.... View from the beautiful blooming park behind the cathedral.
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