Blueberry pie

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Blueberry pie on a beautiful Fourth of July at the Lake. Does it get any better? Can’t take credit for the actual recipe, but since I am not a huge baker, I am pretty happy with how good it looks.

Want to make one yourself? Check out the recipe for Lattice-Top Blueberry Pie in Martha Stewart’s Pies and Tarts. I follow the recipe almost to the T, except I leave out the cinnamon since Andy generally doesn’t like it, and add a tsp. of almond extract instead. I also add up to two extra tablespoons of sugar, depending on the tartness of the berries.

I am supposed to let this one cool for at least three hours, but it is calling my name.

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