View Poll Results: Was this correct?
Yes 12 40.00%
No, doesn't describe me 13 43.33%
I don't know... they didn't list my favorite pie. 5 16.67%
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What your favorite pie says about your personality...

I got this from yesterday's newspaper... in the USA Weekend. I LOVE banana cream pie! I just thought this was appropriate since we just had a thread a few weeks ago about our favorite pies. YUUUUMMMY.

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If your favorite pie is this, you're...

*Apple. Wholesome and a bit middle-of-the road, playing it safe.

*Banana cream. An overachiever who just wants to relax and not be in charge.

*Blueberry. Outdoorsy and determined.

*Cherry. Oversweet, in need of tarness and passion.

*Chocolate. Suave, seductive, strong, addictive.

*Coconut cream. Probably a man seeking an exotic-lite escape from reality.

*Lemon. Bright, energetic and sharp-tongued.

*Mincemeat. An Anglophile who watches Masterpiece Theater, listens to NPR and fantasizes about being in England, sipping port with pie.

*Peach. A sun-worshiper who's found sunshine on a pie plate.

*Pecan. Simple in your tastes and seeking more sweetness in life.

*Pumpkin. Attatched to your past but comfy in your present.

*Rhubarb. Old-fashioned (or a total hipster).

*Sweet potato. Family-oriented, with a real sense of Southern hospitality.
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I hate pie. I wonder what that says about me.
It listed sweet potato which is my favorite. Not sure how accurate it was tho. I like my family but I'm a career oriented single 30 yo woman who never throws parties. Ah well. I think it means I like comfort and being comforted. And my mom made a heckuva a sweet potato pie.

Darn, now I'm hungry!
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Apparently I'm suave, seductive, strong, and addictive. I'd have to agree
I need a pie for someone who starts 50 different things and never finishes them.
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*Lemon. Bright, energetic and sharp-tongued.
Sounds like me.
*Rhubarb. Old-fashioned (or a total hipster).
Hmmm I do love oldies music and the 40's and 50's
I swear I was born in the wrong time period!
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*Mincemeat. An Anglophile who watches Masterpiece Theater, listens to NPR and fantasizes about being in England, sipping port with pie.

No, don't think so!
*Mincemeat. An Anglophile who watches Masterpiece Theater, listens to NPR and fantasizes about being in England, sipping port with pie.

No, don't think so!
Originally Posted by scubaloo
Ditto! They don't list my favorite, but some of my next favorites are mincemeat, peach and pumpkin. Mincemeat is way off!

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mmmm mincemeat.
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My favorite is pumpkin, but Mincemeat describes me better.
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*Coconut cream. Probably a man seeking an exotic-lite escape from reality.
I'd say no.


I think.
Eres o te haces?
Pumpkin. Attatched to your past but comfy in your present
Completely accurate.
I know this may sound like a dumb question... but is meat really in the pie? I've never tried it... never even seen what it looks like. So I have no clue.
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I know this may sound like a dumb question... but is meat really in the pie? I've never tried it... never even seen what it looks like. So I have no clue.
Originally Posted by rubyloxx
From foodreference.com:

Mincemeat was originally a medieval (England) sweet, spicy mixture of chopped (minced) lean meat (usually beef, or beef tongue), suet and fruit. It was generally served as an entree. Gradually the meat content was reduced, and today the mixture contains nuts, dried fruit (raisins, apples, pears, citrus peel, etc.), beef suet, spices and brandy or rum, but no beef. Mincemeat is used primarily in pies and tarts.
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*Rhubarb. Old-fashioned (or a total hipster).
Hmmm I do love oldies music and the 40's and 50's
I swear I was born in the wrong time period!
Originally Posted by SpunkyCurls
Hmm...when you put it that way, maybe the description can fit me. Though it's probably allowed to be a little off, since it's really strawberry rhubarb pie that I love. Particularly fresh made that day from this bakery in Hanover, NH.
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*Coconut cream. Probably a man seeking an exotic-lite escape from reality.
Originally Posted by rubyloxx
hmm. no, i'm not a man.
I don't know who I am...
I've never had mincemeat or rhubarb...
My favorites are a cross between dutch apple and peach...
Also - what about key lime? I've never had it either - but some say it is awesome....

I'm so confused
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