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GG - Hi, Sure I'm glad to share the recipe. Let me get the correct name from Food Network, then I'll post it.
Sash - Hi, I din't know Maries sold just the crust. French Apple is one of my favorites. I've never used Braeburns; I'll have to try it.
Well my peach pie was kind of good. I don't know about the rest of the country, but I can't seem to get a good tasting peach here in California. I made pizzas yesterday using Mario Batali's dough recipe; it was easy and turned out well.
II've been to a couple Farmers Markets, but they pick up a lot of produce at the same warehouse that the grocery stores go. Then I have stopped at roadside stands; same thing. One time I did get good peaches, at a very small personally owned orchard that did very little commercail business. Every year i try out organic peaches at an organic store, and this year they tasted worse than the grocery store peaches. Right now I live in a kind of remote place, so can't do more trying.
GG - Here is the source of the pie crust: http://www.foodnetwork.com and type in Butterscotch Banana Cream Pie. Type in Ruston Peach Crumb Pie for the peach filling. You'll see the box on the home page for the recipe search.