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Fresh peach pie at Hick'ry Pit in Walnut Creek

anli | Sep 19, 200403:57 PM     17

Thanks to ilovebbqribs poster from a few days ago for mentioning the pies at HP. We happened to stop in there last night at 10:35, and they close at 10:45, so we quickly ordered and devoured two burgers(pretty good, actually, on excellent buns). We bought a whole fresh peach pie, took it home and even though I was really full from the burger, once I sliced into that pie, I knew I had to have a piece. Basically, this is a flaky pie shell, filled with peach slices that have been lightly sprinkled with sugar to extract the juice, and topped with fresh whipped cream. The peaches were not as sweet as they could have been, but it is the end of the season. The sweetened whipped cream was the counterbalance to the peaches, yum. $9 for a whole pie.

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