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Pinwheel Cherry Pie

Recipe photo courtesy of Aaron Dyer

Switch out a standard lattice piecrust for a swirl of twisted dough reminiscent of fireworks (specifically, the "spinner" effect). As it bakes, the cherry filling bubbles up, peeking out from the twirled dough to hint at what's inside. It's just the thing for Fourth of July and beyond!

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July/August 2014
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You can attach some of the leftover strips to the bottom crust to extend the spiral effect. Brush the outer edges of the bottom crust with egg wash, top with twirled strips, and pinch to adhere.

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