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Pregatitm dough:

Put in the mixer, flour, salt, sugar and soft butter (at room temperature), mix for two minutes then add water, very little at first and then more and more until we put it all. We take the dough and turn it into a ball. We wrap it in foil and put it in the fridge for half an hour.

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

Roll out the work surface, cut 1/3 of the dough for the crust on top and set it aside. We take the big piece of dough, give it a round shape and put it in the pre-lined tray, taking care not to break it. Let it cool again for 20 minutes while we take care of the filling.

We mix in a bowl all the ingredients for filling, let's put it aside.

Again on the floured surface we prepare the crust on top. We cut the dough into strips (about 8, about 1.5 cm wide) or according to our tray. Remove the tart from the cold and assemble it. Fill with the apple filling, place the strips of dough on top and grease them with the egg composition.

Bake for 60 minutes in the oven until golden brown. We serve by listening to Don McLean American Pie ...

American Pie Presents (film series)

American Pie Presents is a spin-off film series of the American Pie franchise. The series consists of five films: American Pie Presents: Band Camp (2005), American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006), American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007), American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009), and American Pie Presents: Girls' Rules (2020). All films in the series went direct-to-video. Noah Levenstein (Eugene Levy), a character in the original series, appears in all films (with the exception of Girls' Rules).

American Pie - especially delicious

I honestly didn't pay any attention to the preparation of this cake, I just wanted to make a simple dessert quickly and with as few ingredients as possible. The result was quite surprising. An extremely fragrant apple pie.

For the countertop we need:
- 1 hand native walnuts
- 1 hand Brazilian hazelnuts
- 1 handful of raisins
- 1 tablespoon of sweetened honey
Put them all in the food processor and process them until you get a sticky and slightly crunchy dough.

For filling
- 4 large apples
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
Place the apples on a large grater, squeeze the juice well, add the cinnamon and mix with your hand or a wooden spoon.

- 10 tablespoons of maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon melted coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- half a handful of raisins
Put them in a blender and process them until they become a paste.

So, we put the top in a cake shape with high walls, we press it well taking care to form a wall about 3 fingers high. Pour the apples over the counter and if the walls of the countertop are too high, flatten them to the level of the apples. Pour the icing and refrigerate for at least 4 hours. It is decorated according to everyone's desire and taste.

Stuffed peaches& # 8230 Croats say it's a traditional dessert of theirs (and I call it Breskvice) Italians the same (and I tell them Sweet Peaches). I also saw them in the Austrians, Germans (Pfirsich Cookies), Jews (עוגיות אפרסק), Americans (Peach Cookies), Turks (Şeftali Kurabiye), Koreans ( 리얼 복숭아 쿠키 ). I think if we search the internet, we can find them on the shores of Tanganiyka. And we know them from time immemorial since the cheescake, American Pie and other wonders across the Baltic were on their way around us to the Andromeda galaxy.

There was no spree, the one without homemade sweets and these soft and beautifully colored peaches, filled with jam and walnuts, were a must as these rumglers of ours say today. Sure, at the moment we have fresh peaches and we better eat from these cookies are generally winter sweets but my girl went to camp and asked express to make peaches for the sack. On this occasion I remembered that I did not have the recipe for Stuffed peaches on the blog and here I am.

Cooking lesson: American pie with cherries

A summer dessert that can be adapted for any season, with seasonal fruits. The difference between our classic pie and the pie adored by the Americans is the dough similar to the tart and the filling & ldquola vista & rdquo covered only by a braid of strips of dough.

You can't help but notice how good the celebrities look american feet, round pies with various fruits left to be seen through a grill made of strips of dough. When you take it out of the oven, the filling with fruit and sweet sauce bubbles like a volcano, spreading the flavors throughout the kitchen.

There is, of course, the option of a completely covered pie, but it is also pricked from place to place or notched in the shape of a star on top to allow the mixture of fruit and sugar inside to ripen slowly without waking up with a balloon. dough on the surface.

As for fucte, since the atmosphere warmed up, I longed for meaty and ripe cherries. I hang them around the stalls and buy them in not negligible quantities. The pie with cherries can be easily transformed, however, into the pie with cherries, apricots, raspberries, apples because the secret of the filling is the same. The amount of sugar can vary depending on how sweet the fruits used are. Canned fruits can also be used, but the best ones remain fresh. In addition, you need to add a little starch to thicken the juice that will drain from the fruit, salt to highlight the flavors, vanilla or almond extract and even a drop of lemon juice.

The most commonly used dough is pate brisee prepared in a larger quantity than you would make for an ordinary tart because you need a surplus from which to make the strips placed on top. Pate brisee is perfect because it retains the aroma of butter and has a slightly crumbly texture.

American pie recipe with cherries

For the dough:

  • 350g flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 220g cold butter, cut into cubes
  • 100 ml of cold water

For the filling:

  • 500g pitted cherries
  • 150g sugar (or more, to taste)
  • 2 -3 teaspoons starch
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • & frac12 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • & frac12 teaspoon Kirsch
  • 25g butter cut into pieces

Plus 1 egg and sugar for spreading the pie and for sprinkling on top and a tart pan with a diameter of 24-26cm.

Prepare the dough by mixing the flour with the salt and sugar, then adding the cold butter and kneading with your fingers or a spoon until the dough takes on the appearance of a coarse crumb. Gradually add cold water and stir until the dough begins to thicken. Divide it in two (3 quarters by 1 quarter) and form two balls of dough to flatten, wrap in cling film and refrigerate for an hour. This will strengthen the butter and relax the gluten in the flour.

Spread the larger ball of dough into a disk with a larger diameter than the tart tray you are using. Spread the dough in the pan and put it in the fridge while you take care of the second piece. Spread it out and cut 1-1.5cm thick strips out of it. Place them on a tray covered with cling film and refrigerate.

Preheat the oven to 200C and in the meantime prepare the filling.

Put the cherries in a bowl with the sugar, starch, salt, lemon juice, vanilla extract and Kirsch and mix lightly to cover the fruit with the rest of the ingredients. Let them sit like this for 10-15 minutes then pour the filling into the tray prepared with the tart dough. Sprinkle the chopped butter over it.

Grease the edges of the tart with beaten egg. Cover with the prepared strips of dough trying to form a kind of zig-zag from them over the pie. Grease the surface with egg and sprinkle a little sugar.

Put the pie in the oven for 15 minutes, then reduce the heat to 170-180C and leave in the oven for another 30 minutes, until the dough browns and the cherry mixture looks like it is boiling.

If the edges of the pie brown too much, cover them with an aluminum foil ring.

When ready, let the pie cool for at least an hour before slicing.

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Home Free Records Don McLean has teamed up with the country vocal group Home Free to record an a cappella version of his legendary 1971 anthem "American Pie" that got its release today as a digital single and via streaming services.

The harmony-rich rendition of "American Pie" is being released in celebration of the song's 50th anniversary this year. It also marks the first time since its release that McLean has recorded a new version of the tune.

"Home Free are part of a new interest in a cappella singing," notes McLean. "They found their audience, and it was fun singing with these guys because they really understand harmony. I did many a show with The Persuasions and The Jordanaires, and Home Free is right up there with them! "

Adds Home Free tenor Austin Brown, "Being in the studio with Don McLean was a really special moment for us. Just hearing him talk about what the song means to him and give details on the moment he wrote it - that's a memory I'll hold onto for the rest of my life. To team up with such a legend on one of the biggest songs of the century was such a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! "

A music video for the new version of "American Pie" is scheduled to premiere on Wednesday, February 3, coinciding with the 62nd anniversary of "The Day the Music Died," when the tragic plane crash that claimed the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper occurred, which was the incident that served as inspiration for McLean to write his classic anthem.

McLean is planning to launch a world tour to commemorate the 50th anniversary of "American Pie" this year, although the trek may be affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

By Matt Friedlander
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15 classic American dishes that you should try at least once in your life

On America's Day, we invite you to take a short culinary journey through American cuisine. Pies, salads and burgers, but also sweets that we all love, America has offered us more specialties than we would have imagined.

1. Strawberry cheesecake

2. T-Bone Steak

3. Boston Cream Pie

4. Salad Cobb

6. Chocolate cookies

7. Salat & # 259 coleslaw

8. Corn Dog - sausages in dough

9. Spicy stuffed eggs

10. Deep Dish Apple Pie

11. Key Lime Pie

12. Macaroni And Cheese

13. Cobbler with peaches and blueberries

14. Sticky and spicy ribs

15. Brownies

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My worst moment: Jason Biggs and his terrible day on ‘American Pie,’ a tale of a man, too much zinc and a stomach lining

There was a period in life when Jason Biggs said he wasn’t all that interested in pop culture. “And then it was like, wait a minute - Im part of pop culture! I love pop culture! ” So it’s fitting that he is now host of the new pop culture trivia game show “Cherries Wild” on Fox. “I feel like I’ve always wanted to do something like this, but it’s a whole different set of skills and muscles” than he uses as an actor.

Biggs ’became a star after his breakout role in the“ American Pie ”films, and he is also a pop culture fixture thanks to his role on the Netflix series“ Orange is the New Black. ” When asked to share a worst moment in his career, he first mentioned the story Sarah Chalke shared for this column earlier this year.

“That play that Chalkey talked about, where the actor kissed her and got snot on his face? I was in the original cast! She came in after me. The character that kisses her was the character I played for four months before my run was over and a new actor came in, so that could have been me! Sliding doors! ”

As for Biggs ’worst moment, that took place while shooting a movie that made him famous, the first“ American Pie, ”which came out in 1999.

“This was my first big lead. My first studio film. It was a big deal. I was 20 years old when we were filming it.

“I was living in West L.A. at the time and I was supposed to have a whole day off. I was feeling run down, so it was to have a day off. And then they called and said there was a weather thing so they switched the scenes around and they needed me to come in. And I was like, ‘Oh man. OK, of course. ’

“My roommate at the time had some zinc supplements and I remember she said this was something good to take if you’re feeling rundown. So I grabbed some - I had never taken zinc before - and I thought it was like Vitamin C, the more the better. I was really feeling low and needed a boost. So I took a few of them, don’t know quite how many. (Laughs)

“So I started driving down the 405 freeway down to Long Beach, which, by the way, is not a short drive. And all of a sudden I started feeling incredibly nauseous and I thought, wow, is there something else going on with me? I’m in traffic and the nausea is getting so bad, I literally pulled the car over - on the freeway - and got out on the shoulder to throw up. And in L.A., people just keep driving. Or they’re honking. No one stops to see if you’re OK.

“I ended up doing this three times on the 405 before I finally made it to my exit. And I’m shaking. Not to be too gross - but I did read Sarah Chalke’s story so I feel like I can go there - this was my first experience with my stomach bile. I wasn’t throwing up food because I hadn’t eaten anything, so it was this fluorescent green slime that is basically part of your stomach. You’re throwing up your stomach. It makes me want to gag just remembering it.

“This is before GPS, so I’m looking at the Thomas Guide and the map and trying to figure out where the hell I’m going (laughs) and I’m a disaster behind the wheel. I finally get to set, I park my car and I stumble to my trailer. And a PA sees me and says, ‘What’s going on?’ And I said, ‘I can’t… brrr. I’m not feeling good, ’and I went into the trailer and proceeded to throw up more and more.

“The medic came and I told her,‘ I’ve been feeling under the weather and I can’t even stand up straight. ’So they switched the schedule and shot a scene where they didn’t need me. A couple hours pass and I’m still really sick. The medic is trying to figure out what's going on and she said, 'Did you take anything?' And I said, 'Yeah, I took some zinc.' And she's like, 'How many?' And I said, 'I dunno , a few? I wanted to feel better. ’And she was like,‘OOOOOK, and have you eaten anything? ’And I hadn’t - I hadn’t eaten in 24 hours.

"And she was like, 'Oh my god and she had to call poison control and then sit with me the entire day, in the trailer, as I was going through this. Production was really sweet and worried about me, but they had to keep going, so they shot the scene I was in without me! They gave my lines to the two other actors who were on the scene.

“I finally started to feel better and 15 hours later when I got home that night it was like, what just happened?

“So now there’s this scene in‘ American Pie ’- it’s kind of at the beginning of the movie, where Finch and Kevin are outside playing mini golf in front of the school - and I was supposed to be in that scene. With a whole bunch of dialogue. But I ended up being cut out of it because I was in my trailer vomiting up my stomach bile. ”

Don McLean Explains The Meaning Of 'American Pie'

Don McLean's manuscript for "American Pie" went up for auction at Christie's on Tuesday and sold for $ 1.2 million, and though he's never really spoken publicly about the song's cryptic meaning, he somewhat spilled the beans in the auction house's catalog.

"Basically, in 'American Pie' things are heading in the wrong direction," McLean said in the interview. "It is becoming less ideal, less idyllic. I don't know whether you consider that wrong or right, but it is a morality song in a sense. I was around in 1970 and now I am around in 2015… there is no poetry and very little romance in anything anymore, so it's really like the last phase of 'American Pie.' "

McLean has been cagey about the song for decades, but has always insisted that "American Pie" was inspired by musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, who died in a tragic plane crash on Feb. 3, 1959. It became known as "the day the music died." But McLean never explained the song's 800-plus words, which he wrote 13 years after the accident. "That song didn't just happen," McLean had said in 1982. "It grew out of my experiences. 'American Pie' was part of my process of self-awakening a mystical trip into my past."

In the recent Christie's interview, he now calls the track "an indescribable photograph of America that I tried to capture in words and music."

American apple pie

1. For the dough, put the flour in a bowl and make a hole in the middle where you put the butter, the salt and the baking soda. Mix, add water and, when it becomes a coarse dough, put it in a cold foil.
2. Apples, peeled and sliced, put in a bowl and sprinkle with lemon juice and sprinkle with cinnamon.
3. Divide the dough in two and spread the sheets, one of which is placed on the bottom of the baking dish. Place the apple slices. Cover the apples with the second sheet of dough, make a few holes in this lid, sprinkle with sugar and bake for 55 minutes.

✽ Sprinkle apple slices with lemon juice to prevent oxidation.

✽ The tray in which the pie is baked should be detachable. This reduces the risk of the preparation breaking when removed from the tray.

Video: American Pie (February 2023).