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Rum Raisin Pie

Ahoy there mateys!!! Today at The Drunk Oven we are going to explore what the pirates of the 7 seas were eating behind their wives backs, Rum Raisin Pie. Ok all joking aside, I did try to do some research on this particular subject, and could find no corresponding evidence that pirates did once eat Rum Raisin Pie, so, for the sake of this post we will all assume that Rum Raisin Pie was a favorite treat of Captain Teach (A.K.A. Captain Blackbeard to most of us), and that this wonderful invention of a pie would remain irresistible to all Pirates, of all the seas, and to all of their lovely lady wenches.

There are several know types of Rum Raisin Pie, the most popular being the plain ol’ original type. However, depending on the voyage you may be on, and the company you keep, you may find yourself having one or more of the following, Apple Rum Raisin pie, Hot Buttered Rum Raisin Pie, Cinnamon Rum Raisin Pie, Old Fashioned (wait, no Rum in this one), Caramel Apple, or Rum Raisin Pumpkin Pie (Mmmmmm…..).

Alright, let’s put all of this pirate B.S. aside and get down to the good stuff starting with the original Rum Raisin Pie. The original is the most simple and consists of a yummy crust with a creamy top. Any one of the following sites with guide you to making a Rum Raisin Pie that the Pirates would pillage for.

Now if you would like to spice up your Rum Raisin Pie, so that you could attract all of the best wenches and Pirates, then maybe you would like to try one of the following.

Buttered Rum Raisin Pie: (this site looks familiar)

Cinnamon Rum Raisin Pie

If you really want cinnamon, then go ahead and just throw in a dash or two to your liking to any one of these recipes. Arrrrgggggg…..

Apple Rum Raisin Pie

Carmel Apple Rum Raisin Pie

And of course who could live without, Rum Raisin Pumpkin Pie.

This is just a small sampling of what you could do with Rum Raisin Pie, so please feel free to send in your own recipes and/or tips and suggestions. We really do look forward to hearing from you, and no worries, if we don’t like what you have to say….we will force you to walk the plank.


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