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This recipe for Fresh Pie , by Denise Fox, is from The Carter Family Cookbook ,
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1 cup sugar 1 cup water 2 T. cornstarch 2 T. gelatin
Mix sugar and corn starch in a sauce pan. Add water after mixed. Put on stove until it gets thick. When thick take off stove and add Jell-O. (According to flavor of fresh fruit pie wanted.) Add fresh fruit, mix and put in baked pie crust.
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