Original web offer details & such: $10.99 + $7.95 P&H. BOGO: 1 - $7.95 P&H. Includes: pie maker, spatula, pie cutter, instruction / recipe guide. Sales tax: Varies.
Back home we have a turkey inn that's nationally known. It's been around for 3 generations and the 4th one is about to take it over. My aunts had their wedding receptions there. My ex-girlfriend had her wedding reception there.
Sad story aside, the best thing the turkey inn has are these homemade pot pies that go done like a warm, soothing slice of heaven.
I think I'm gonna send this review to the owner of that turkey inn to see if they would use them on Thanksgiving.
Or at least use them to make me a few.Let's find out if it'd be worth his time.
It is what it sounds like. My Lil' Piemaker is a great little pie sheet that fits the same size as personal pies. IN this case, four of them. Ideal for making home made pot pies or fruit pies for dinner. M'mm, yeah. It's making me hungry. I should have eaten after the gym.
According to official product websites, My Lil' Piemaker claims the following features and benefits:
- perfect for quiches
- great on fruit pies & pot pies
- not available in stores (at time of this review)
- bakes in minutes
- makes me hungry
Order Process: We found one complaint where a web visitor filled out the information (including credit card) then later tried to cancel the order process by closing the web page . First timers, once you put in the credit card information and place the submit button, you've made the order. In order to cancel the order at that point you'll have to call customer service. You'll see the phone number towards the bottom of the post.
We actually found a few reports who didn't fluff a review. Well, it was more of an assessment. They thought it'd be interesting but thought they also might have something that could work as well.
Some people just aren't any fun.
Expect a little time love an tenderness. It's me and I have trouble doing much of anything in the kitchen. I think a coffee make requires a Masters Degree to work the thing. Now, I think the Piemaker is a wee bit simpler, but it'll probably take a couple of times to get it right. But, we can see how this can hit a niche. People do love themselves some As Seen on TV Kitchen equipment.
If you think this niche product is right up your alley, the green button below will take you to the official product site. Customer Service: Phone: 877.258.7464 Hours: M-F 9am-5pm EST
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