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What does it take to finish the pie? Isn't being in the cookbook enough?

cookbook finalists , contests, the finish line?

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Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.

added over 2 years ago

LOL. Maybe the pie never gets finished! DON'T QUIT! I hate that you're even contemplating it. I made your lemon tart for my book group's FOOD52 launch party last night--I used Paule Caille's pie crust. It was a MAJOR hit.

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dymnyno added over 2 years ago

I was just musing. "A man's reach should exceed his grasp, Or what's a heaven for?"

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sarabclever added over 2 years ago

You know, it's just a reminder unattainability of perfection, always something to strive for, the temporal nature of wordly goals. Very philosophical, really!

Meanwhile, I want that lemon tart!

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susan g added over 2 years ago

Want a full pie? Go to work for FOOD52... In a very quick check, I see that Amanda and Kristen have complete pies -- gold stars, gold medals, full pies -- that's what you get when you have a full plate!

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SKK added over 2 years ago

A big appetite?

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Emily is a trusted source on Scandinavian Cuisine.

added over 2 years ago

With a big appetite you might start with a full pie and then really quickly find it's empty, and there are suspicious crumbs around your mouth! :)

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Panfusine added over 2 years ago

each time they add purple to half the remaining white space.. So even as the white turns purple, its asymptotic in its journey to completion..

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wssmom added over 2 years ago

That's one definition of infinity -- if they keep adding purple to half the remaining white space, that means it will never be complete!! LOL

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Panfusine added over 2 years ago

i was trying to avoid using the infinity term for fear of killing motivation!

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