Berry pie: pie novice
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Or use a pizza pan to catch drips
It is a great idea. don't know if you have gas or electric stove, and you may want to consider putting a cookie sheet or pizza pan covered in aluminum foil on the lowest rack under the pie.
Put a cookie tray underneath it to catch the juices.
Use a cookie sheet orRimmed baking panWith a Silpat or piece of parchment on it for extra easy clean up
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I just put the pie plate on a baking sheet.
Line the backing sheet with parchment or foil. Cleaning that baked in pie filling off the baking sheet is NO fun!
A sheet pan is the best choice that way you won't have to worry about spilling when taking out of oven.
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