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If you prefer to make an extra-wide lattice-top crust for this pie, roll out dough to 1/8 inch thick, and cut four 3-inch-wide strips. Chill the strips until firm. Weave the strips over the filling, and seal the lattice to the bottom crust with a mixture of egg and milk.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 1997
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  • cheetahcat66
    17 JUL, 2008
    This recipe is nearly the same as the other Blueberry Pie recipe from this site EXCEPT read below....1/4 CUP CORNSTARCH is to be added! Must be a typo? All-purpose flour, for dusting Pate Brisee 8 cups (about 4 pints) blueberries, picked over 1/2 cup sugar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>1/4 cup cornstarch
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  • wildflour
    6 JUL, 2008
    Regards to sella and granjello's comments I think they both have missed the first portion of flour (1/4 cup) listed in the ingredients because this is enough to thicken the filling.
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  • Sella
    16 JUN, 2008
    I just made this recipe for our Father's Day and I too had blueberry soup with crust. It was very sad. I was hoping for a real pie. The soup was delicious though and we made it work. So the missing ingredient as I understand from "granjello" maybe the cornstarch? I'd love to try again but the "missing ingredient" would be helpful next time.
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  • Sella
    16 JUN, 2008
    I just made this recipe for our Father's Day and I too had blueberry soup with crust. It was very sad. I was hoping for a real pie. The soup was delicious though and we made it work. So the missing ingredient as I understand from "granjello" maybe the cornstarch? I'd love to try again but the "missing ingredient" would be helpful next time.
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  • Sella
    16 JUN, 2008
    I just made this recipe for our Father's Day and I too had blueberry soup with crust. It was very sad. I was hoping for a real pie. The soup was delicious though and we made it work. So the missing ingredient as I understand from "granjello" maybe the cornstarch? I'd love to try again but the "missing ingredient" would be helpful next time.
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  • MS10081441
    15 JUN, 2008
    The tast of the pie was wonderful, but I think there is an ingredient missing in the list, because it was blueberry pie soup. It was sooooo runny!! I think the flour or cornstarch is missing. I would make this again but put in some flour like the recipe in my Betty Crocker cookbook does.
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