For Thursday's big Independence Day party, one of my contributions was an Oreo Cream Pie, which my 6yo daughter begged to make after seeing it on the cover of a magazine at the supermarket checkout. It was DEVOURED and raved about. I have since received phone calls, emails, and texts asking for the recipe, both from people who had some and people who "missed out" but have heard about it. I am unashamedly telling them all about it: premade Oreo pie crust; filling of cream cheese, sugar, Cool Whip, vanilla pudding mix, and crushed Oreos; topping of more Cool Whip and more crumbled Oreos. Even shared my "secret" that the recipe called for 8 crushed Oreos, and we instead used a whole package of The Double Stuff ones. My (much more image-conscious than me, apparently) sister just said to me "I cannot BELIEVE you are admitting to people that you actually served that crap!" She seems really bothered. What, should I have pretended it was made from real whipped cream and chocolate wafers and homemade cooked custard?