Braided Edge: For a single-crust pie. Make enough pastry for a double crust. Line a 9-in. pie plate with the bottom pastry and trim pastry even with edge of pie plate. Roll remaining pastry into a 10-in. x 8-in. rectangle. With a sharp knife, cut twelve 1/4-in.-wide strips; gently braid three strips. Brush edge of crust with water; place braid on edge and press lightly to secure. Repeat with remaining strips, attaching additional braids until entire edge is covered. --Taste of Home Test…

Braided Edge: For a single-crust pie. Make enough pastry for a double crust. Line a 9-in. pie plate with the bottom pastry and trim pastry even with edge of pie plate. Roll remaining pastry into a 10-in. x 8-in. rectangle. With a sharp knife, cut twelve 1/4-in.-wide strips; gently braid three strips. Brush edge of crust with water; place braid on edge and press lightly to secure. Repeat with remaining strips, attaching additional braids until entire edge is covered. --Taste of Home Test…

How To Make A Lattice Pie Crust. This looks so much easier than the way I do it. Can't wait to try.

How To Make A Lattice Pie Crust

How To Make A Lattice Pie Crust. This looks so much easier than the way I do it. Can't wait to try.

Apple Tree Apple Pie. I could never do this - but it sure is pretty to look at (va)

Apple Tree Apple Pie. I could never do this - but it sure is pretty to look at (va)

Decorative Pie Crust  Courtesy of taste of home kitchen. Cut Scalloped Edge: Use for a single-crust pie. Line a 9-in. pie plate with the bottom pastry and trim pastry even with edge of pie plate. Hold a teaspoon or tablespoon upside down and roll the tip of the spoon around the edge of the pastry, cutting it. Remove and discard the cut pieces to create a scalloped look. --Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Decorative Pie Crust Courtesy of taste of home kitchen. Cut Scalloped Edge: Use for a single-crust pie. Line a 9-in. pie plate with the bottom pastry and trim pastry even with edge of pie plate. Hold a teaspoon or tablespoon upside down and roll the tip of the spoon around the edge of the pastry, cutting it. Remove and discard the cut pieces to create a scalloped look. --Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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