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If ever you thought that pie season was over as soon as that last bough of mistletoe made it’s way into the garbage disposal.  (Taking with it any chance that I am going to be kissed this holiday season.  Santa, didn’t you get my list?)

Well, you may be right.

But my parents have yet to take down their Christmas tree.  Their halls are still decked.  They’ve still got Frank Sinatra’s Christmas Album playing.  On repeat.  Loudly.

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And, this past weekend.  They insisted that we attend yet another family Christmas party.

Yes, I know it’s January 21st.  Yes, I know we are now closer to Valentine’s Day (oh the horror) than Christmas.

But they can be irrational.  And belligerent.  Especially after drinking five too many glasses of cognac.  It’s often best just to nod and smile.

So I humored them.

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In case you haven’t noticed.  Not much pie making goes on around here.

Pies are notoriously difficult to make.  Especially fruit pies.

What if they don’t set up?  What if the fruit isn’t quite sweet enough?  Or ripe enough?  What if it tastes bland?

It’s enough to fling you into a full-blown anxiety attack.  Or at least give you a few gray hairs.

And then there’s pie crust.  Which is a whole other beast.

And which I’ve never successfully made until this past weekend, when my mother called me 24 hours before we were supposed to leave for my aunt’s house and said, “You know what would be nice?  If you made dessert.”  And so then I didn’t even have enough time to worry about whether it would be flaky and buttery or encompass everything that is right in this world.

I just forged ahead.  And honestly, I think it was the better for it.

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Now I know you’re thinking, but Joanne.  Wherever can we still find cranberries at this time of year?

My fridge.  Seriously.  There are so many bags, I could bathe in them.  And still have more left over to make another pie with.

Or Whole Foods. They sell frozen cranberries year round which are just perfect for those days in the middle of summer when you fool yourself into thinking you miss winter.  You know, those 90 degree humid days when you are deluded enough to think that 20 degrees would actually feel really good right now.  I’m writing this so that you remember that it never feels good.

What I mean to say is, do whatever you have to do.  But make this pie.  The cranberries give it a hint of tartness which really offsets the sweet blueberry mixture beautifully.  And did I mention that it is rife with antioxidants?  So you won’t even be breaking your New Year’s resolution by eating it.  And you’ll be staving off cancer with each and every bite.

Score.

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Basic Pie Dough
Makes enough for 2 9-inch pie crusts, adapted from Annie’s Eats

2 1/2 cups flour
2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 sticks, cold unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
6 tbsp very cold water

1. Combine the flour, sugar, and salt in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment.  Mix to blend.  Add in the butter pieces and mix on medium-low speed to cut the butter into the flour.  Continue until the mixture resembles coarse sand and the largest butter pieces are no larger than a pea.  Mix in the cold water on low speed just until the dough comes together.

2. Shape into two balls, wrap in plastic wrap, and store in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes and up to 48 hours.  (Dough can be frozen for up to 2 months.)  Remove from the refrigerator.  Roll out the dough on a lightly floured work surface.  Use as directed in your recipe.

Cranberry Blueberry Pie
Serves 8-12, adapted from Bon Appetit, November 2010 

16 oz frozen blueberries (do not thaw)
12 oz fresh or frozen cranberries (do not thaw)
1 1/4 cups sugar
3 tbsp cornstarch
2 cinnamon sticks
1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tsp finely grated lemon peel
1 recipe pie dough (above)
half and half (for brushing)
demarara sugar (for sprinkling)

1. Combine all the ingredients, from the blueberries through the lemon peel in a medium-large saucepan.  Cook over medium high heat, stirring to blend, until the mixture starts to boil, about 12-14 minutes.  Once the mixture reaches a boil, continue boiling for 2 minutes. stirring constantly.  Transfer to a bowl or other container and let cool completely.  Mixture can be refrigerated for up to 3 days.

2. Preheat the oven to 400.  Roll out one disk of pie dough on a well-floured surface into a 12-inch round.  Line a 9-inch pie plate with the crust.  Remove the cinnamon sticks from the filling.  Spread the filling into the bottom pie crust.  Roll out the remaining disk of pie dough and cut into thin strips.  Use the strips to form a lattice over the top of the filling.  Cut off the excess crust and pinch the edges together to create a fluted pattern.  Lightly brush the top of the pie crust with half and half.  Sprinkle with demerara sugar.

3. Place the pie on the top rack of the oven.  Place a rimmed baking sheet on the lower rack, beneath the pie.  Bake, rotating midway through, until the crust is golden and the filling is bubbling – 60-70 minutes.  If the crust seems to be browning too quickly, tent with foil to prevent over-browning.  Allow to cool on a wire rack before serving.

I am submitting this to Weekend Herb Blogging, which is being hosted this week by Min of Honest Vanilla.

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124 Responses to Cranberry Blueberry Pie

  1. Lori says:

    Beautiful pie! I just read a post recently that pie would be the new *thing* in 2011. I’m all for it! 🙂
    I love having berries in the freezer to use out of season and I was just thinking of a cranberry/blackberry combo. Maybe I’ll go that direction with a pie.

  2. What a pretty little pie :-))
    Ok large pie , i lovee the lattice and i finally have some dried cranberry u know:-)
    and i have already finished with one tub , no connection with the pie , but jus saying!
    I will get along well with ur parents for sure 🙂
    My halls are decked right before Valentines , around when i start packing my Christmas tree , step by step , my mom is kinda excepting im like this now 🙂 thought all the fairy lites and stars are off after 7th 🙂
    yay to the party!
    and everything about the pie sounds sooo good!
    very good really!
    And so prettily decked too….oh deck the halls…….

  3. jenna laughs says:

    I bet that is the perfect combination of sweet and tart. Would love to try it!!

  4. Ada says:

    That pie is gorgeous! You are seriously such a talented baker.

    Wei and I ran a bit together yesterday, I still find it so funny that you know her!

  5. Pastry is my nemesis so I am glad to hear I am not the only one who has had trouble with it in the past. Pastry aside, blueberry has always been my favourite fruit pie and cranberries are tart and festive.

  6. janet says:

    Your photos keep getting better and better, Joanne! Gah!! I am drooling!

    I know this pie was delicious because I made a blueberry rhubarb cranberry crisp with a pistachio crust in the summer, and I really liked how the blueberries and cranberries worked together as well! Yum! 🙂

  7. You could bathe in them 🙂 Thankfully they always sell frozen cranberries for when we crave a delicious pie like this one.

  8. Your pie looks gorgeous!! Now, please send me a piece so I can fight some cancer:-)

  9. Claudie says:

    This pie is so beautiful! Looks so traditional (in the good sense) and carefully crafted. But now I think you’ll always be called to make desserts 😉

  10. Ok, it looks professional!!!! For someone who doesn’t even make pies all that often it just goes to show the talent you have in the kitchen! Doctor…Schmoctor?!?!

    Funny too about your parents…you gotta give them credit…sounds like when they do something, they do it hard! Awesome!

  11. Wow, it looks GORGEOUS!! At 24 hrs notice, I’m not sure I could have pulled that off!! Especially with the lattice top– that just tells me you’re in school for the wrong profession 🙂

  12. This is gorgeous!!! I have never combined blueberries and cranberries. Now you’ve got me thinking… what other combinations of fruits are berries are there out there that I haven’t tried? This just opens up so many possibilities! Thanks!
    – Rivki

  13. Dawn says:

    Pies are one of my most favorite desserts. My mom always made apple pie for holidays and I didn’t have pumpkin or pecan until I moved to the south. Blueberries are my favorite FRUIT though so I’m sure I would love this one.

  14. polwig says:

    Looks magnificent. We have been eating blueberries like crazy since we can find really nice ones everywhereall of a sudden. As for your parents I am all for cogniac especially on the cold winter day.

  15. What a beautiful pie but sadly, it is not welcomed in my house, not yet, but I’m certainly saving a copy of the recipe. It sounds wonderful! I love cranberries and usually buy an extra bag or two to freeze during the holidays. Good to know that Whole Foods carries them year round.

  16. Pie looks delicious, nice touch with the sugar crystals but most important, do your parents read your blog?:)

  17. What a stunning pie! It looks Bon Appetit Cover worthy! I love the thought of the blueberry and cranberries together.

  18. Lizzy says:

    Bluberries are also my husbands favorite- he really should have married you, haha! Looks beautiful as always.

  19. Cranberry and Blueberry, this sounds amazing! I wonder if my store still has any cranberries sitting around the produce department?

  20. Lyndsey says:

    What a gorgeous pie, I would love a piece and I don’t even like blueberries! Your lattice work is done right! Merry Christmas!

  21. Hannah says:

    Oh, now that’s a fruit combination I never thought of before… It’s sort of like when seasons collide, but in a good way! I even have leftover cranberries, too…

  22. That pie is so beautiful! You may never have made a successful pie crust before, but clearly, you did this time. Looks perfect!

  23. Swathi says:

    OMG I need to dig in that gorgeous pie. Love it. addition of cranberries and blueberries makes me hungry.

  24. I have never done pie crust successfully either. I love this cancer curing pie! 🙂

  25. This looks like the cover of a magazine. Almost to pretty to eat. I have never had blueberry pie and this makes me want to make one. I actually have cranberries and blueberries in the freezer!!

  26. Eden says:

    ugh, when I was in culinary school, I spent like two week on pies. two weeks! five hours a day, five days a week!!!! I couldn’t look at a pie for a while after that. And what kills me is a dont even love pie. All my desserts need to have chocolate in them…im a woman! But yours looks impeccable, I might make an exception 😉

  27. Louanne says:

    I could certainly go a slice of that right now. Terrific looking latice, Joanne, and my mouth is watering just looking at that beautiful amalgamation of blueberries and cranberries…

  28. Amy says:

    Geez, what a beautiful pie! I actually audibly gasped. Seriously.

    And I’m way too stubborn to keep cranberries out of my life except for moths that end with -ember. They’re just way too tasty.

    YAY FOR PIE!

    Wait–Joanne, where do you stand on pie vs. cake??

  29. Shannon says:

    ooh, i saw this pie in ba and bookmarked it! must pick up more cranberries soon 🙂 i’m all for the holidays if it means avoiding that certain day in Feb! lol

  30. Delishhh says:

    Gorgeous pie! I am a huge pie lover and this one i can just taste. I love cranberries and blueberries to this is just an awesome cobination.

  31. Amy says:

    DID SOMEONE SAY PIE??? This was secretly written just for me, right?

    Pie season is never ever over. Ever. And I think all the markets carry frozen cranberries nowadays, so there is no excuse!

  32. bandofphotos says:

    wow! so pretty, i’ll show it no my mother, she need make it! hahhahaha thanks, for your sweet comment, I am very happy with the compliments!

  33. Mary says:

    Your pie is lovely for one who professes fear of making them. Very nicely done. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  34. That Girl says:

    you’re never going to believe this, but I have “berry pie” on my list to pick up at the farmers market. Maybe I should just suck it up and make it myself. Or you could send me a couple slices.

  35. This is such a gorgeous pie! Happy weekend Joanne, hope you’ll have a good one! x

  36. Kristin says:

    This pie is so pretty. I love the lattice work. Let me know when you start selling pies, so that I can order one. :o)

  37. elra says:

    Gorgeous and delicious pie, hard to resist this!

  38. Tasha says:

    I was playing a game the other night where I had to get my partner, my husband, to guess a word. It was “piecrust” and I said “One of the only things you’ll never see me bake.” It occured to me then that I have never made a pie from scratch. Guess it’s time to fix that. This would be a great place to start- your pie looks wonderful!

  39. mm can you come to my house and make me this pie 🙂

  40. Victoria says:

    Oooh pie… I actually LOVE making pie crust, it’s one of life’s wonders 🙂 Your pie looks amazing, and that lattice top is great! I’ve actually never made pie with a lattice top before, haha. The combo of blueberries and cranberries is also great, and I love the idea of use frozen berries so you can make this any time!

  41. I can NEVER find cranberries here in Rio de Janeiro. Not even the frozen ones! Oh man, how I wish for a Whole Foods!

    ?
    Camila F.

  42. A healthy pie? Count me in. Wait, that sprinkle of sugar on top is healthy too right? 🙂

  43. Monet says:

    Smile. It is always pie season at my house. Your parents make me laugh…I love people that embrace the holidays. This pie looks perfect. The contrast of the sweetness and the tartness are making me want to pull out my berries right now. Thank you for sharing yet another great recipe. I hope you have a great weekend! I’m ready for some rest and baking!

  44. Kim says:

    Look at your beautiful lattice work! I think I could convince myself that this would be good for breakfast, lunch and dinner. That way I could be sure to get in my five a day. LOL!

  45. teresa says:

    i worked for an office that used to have it’s christmas parties in january. somehow it was less expensive that way, go figure.

    i love the combo of cranberries and blueberries, and you did a GORGEOUS job on the crust. i’d happily eat that any time of the year.

  46. Oh yum! I love fruit pies. Especially the next day, eating out of hand, for breakfast. ?
    Your crust is perfect!

  47. Megan says:

    This pie looks gorgeous… especially the lattice top!

  48. jo jo baby, I love that your parents are irrationally optimistic christmas lovers! My tree is still up, granted it has been stripped for about 2 weeks but because of all the snow and my absolute hatred for trees tossed out unceremoniously on the side of the road and it has been snowing constantly around here. I figured it could just spend some time as a lovely smelling house plant! Your pie looks lovely! Melynda at mom’s sunday cafe has a great tutorial on making pie crust from her grandmother’s recipe! It is ALL about the cutting in of the fat (try some lard baby it works so well!) and not too much water, but you seemed to do a great job! happy friday! Alex

  49. I absolutely am in love with pie and the photo is front page magazine worthy!

  50. I get the SAME exact phone calls!

    But in my rushing something good comes out of it nearly always. (Is that a grammatically correct sentence?!)

  51. Pam says:

    Holy awesomeness!!! (Is that a word? It is now). What a beautiful looking pie – the crust is SCREAMING my name. Nicely done my friend.

  52. Chris says:

    You are ALREADY celebrating Christmas 2011? Awesome!

  53. Beth says:

    This is stunning!! Stunning! Love the lattice and sprinkling sugar. Gorgeous!

  54. Julie says:

    Beautiful and i love the flavors!!

  55. aipi says:

    Oh..that looks luscious..cranberries n blueberries,too delicious!!

    US Masala

  56. Pam says:

    One of these days, I really will try a pie crust.

  57. Julie says:

    I want this pie. And I want it to still be Christmas too 🙂

  58. Megan says:

    Gorgeous pie, I love the lattice. With such short notice and the insistence of Christmas re-lived I super impressed in your accomplishment. Now I wish I had some cranberries lying around. 🙂

  59. Hoenstly, you are my heroe – don’t think I would have have the courage to make a pie like this – definitely not the courage to make the pastry anyway. Looks absolutely beautiful 🙂
    Sue xo

  60. You crack me up with your family tales; ferocious observer that you are. I admire your courage and tenacity, I had given up making American fruit pies long ago (too fickle, too delicate) but now I am really really tempted again, because you see I adore berries, especially these ones mentioned above, and the pie looks fantastic.

  61. Joanne, this pie looks so incredibly delicious and warm and comforting! Your photography is amazing, too. Thanks for sharing this. I’m so glad I found your blog and look forward to seeing more! 🙂 – Georgia

  62. Johanna GGG says:

    I don’t make many pies either – I have come to the conclusion it isn’t just about hating making pastry but about not being so interested – but you remind me I must use the pastry in my freezer – sigh – if only I have some cranberries in there too!

  63. Another Christmas party eh? LOL! This pie is perfect for valentine’s party too

  64. Jessie says:

    It’s NEVER too late for PIE!! 😀 I love how your mom subtly “suggested” that you make this pie – and now we all benefit because we get to gaze at its gorgeousness. I confess I don’t often make pies because I’m not a fan of crust, but I would try your version.

    Oh, and if you think 20 is cold, wait til this weekend! Record lows in CT and prob in NY too :O

  65. Kristen says:

    There is never not a season to bake a pie. Fresh, frozen, canned fruit…it doesn’t matter, just bring on the pie. Yours turned out lovely. I hope it was a big success.

  66. Little Inbox says:

    The berries filling is so irresistible!

  67. daphne says:

    oh Joanne, this is the reason why I am getting a BIG freezer and fridge in my next home. To store things like this for the 24 prior emergency dessert pie!!! or any dessert or food for that matter. U have done really well. AWESOME. I hope your parents made u celebrate another christmas like that 😉

  68. Joanne says:

    First, I absolutely love the idea of having a Christmas party in January. January is such a downer of a month, the party would bring some cheer back into the mix. And 5 glasses of Cognac? OMG! My mind would be total mush, I wouldn’t be coherent enough to talk about anything.

    That pie is delicious looking. I don’t make pies for the very reason you said: They’re difficult. I’m a cake and cookie person 🙂

  69. Peggy says:

    Yes, this is definitely amazing! And I’ve got cranberries in my fridge too, so it is just fate!

  70. Katerina says:

    From the moment I learned how to make pie dough, I am always in the serach for pie recipes and whenever I have the chance I bake one of those beauties. Your pie opened my appetite!

  71. Oh wow. This looks so so good and nutritiously delicious. You seriously executed the cranberry blueberry pie perfectly! I have been meaning to make a pie or quiche with a whole wheat crust. I think this may be the winner!!

  72. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, I still have my Christmas tree up also! I just don’t have to heart to take it down yet. I am thinking of seasonally decorating it! The pie you made looks delish! What is not to love about it! Blessings, Catherine

  73. Dimah says:

    looks good,yummy and amazing!

  74. Such a gorgeous looking pie–awesome job! I’m sure your family enjoyed it 🙂

  75. Looks very beautiful Joanne! I love berry pies.I just got boxes of blueberries& stawberries from costco..would love to make this on Sunday! For me each weekend is like “holidays” 🙂

  76. OK, judging from the pictures you should be baking pies more often. It’s gorgeous and I love that you have turned it into a health food too. 😉

  77. Nina @ Salt says:

    Gorgeous pie, Joanne! Love the Whole Foods cranberries…beautifully done!

  78. Chef Dennis says:

    now that is an incredible flavor combination, I would not have though of! what a perfect pie!! I am just too lazy to do all that lattice work, but you have inspired me, the next pie I make I will try it!
    Hope you are staying warm!
    Dennis

  79. Daryl says:

    Oh my! This is a gorgeous pie and has my 2 favorite fruits in it. Altho is cranberry a fruit? Not sure but I love them!

  80. Mo 'Betta says:

    80 comments?! Wow. You’re, like, famous. Pie looks FAB 😀

  81. Martha (MM) says:

    Popping in for my weekend rounds to say hello. This looks awesome – but everything you make always does! Lovin’ your family as always too 🙂

  82. Well, my tree is down (earlier than usual I might add)but I’m still playin’ those Christmas tunes! Your pie looks fabulous, and I do have some cranberries- they freeze beautifully!

  83. Paul says:

    Joanne Joanne… I leave for a few months and now you’re a celebrity.. awesome!

  84. Miriam says:

    I can’t tell you how wonderful this pie looks to me! I am a pie fanatic!! Your parents make me laugh and good luck with that kissng thing :). Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  85. What a beautiful and yummy pie! I’m drooling looking at your amazing photos..

  86. Oh this combination is new to me and looks and sounds so delicious!

  87. ann says:

    This looks like a terrific pie. Joanne, You’re good at everything.

  88. sophia says:

    I want a big slice of this with a scoop of blueberry jasmine ice-cream…

  89. theUngourmet says:

    Girl, you are rockin’ the lattice work on this pie! I have to say, if my tree hadn’t been completely dead by New Year’s Day, I might still have it up too. This is why artificial trees just may be the way to go.

    Great flavor combo!

    Happy Weekend!

  90. tigerfish says:

    I keep frozen berries in my freezer too but I am boring – other than making smoothies and adding them to oatmeal, there is nothing more I can do with them.

  91. Faith says:

    Pie is one of my fears (specifically, the crust!)…but I need to conquer it! Your pie looks amazing, I love the lattice top! And the blueberry/cranberry combo sounds killer!

  92. It is always pie season! And never too late for cranberries. This looks awesome. And I love the idea that I can tell myself it is healthy!

  93. Julie says:

    pie like this reminds me of the fourth of july. and we’re not ANYwhere near the 4th well the 4th of february we are close to haha but that doesn’t count. but i’m still sad we’re so far from the 4th of july.

    ..it’s supposed to snow this week.

    again.

  94. I love making pies, and don’t see the making as daunting – maybe that is why it is a dying art. I am thrilled to see that not only do you know how – but your pie is gloriously gorgeous! Young gals don’t make pies, but you do. Another phenomenon. I am sure you will be kissed by Valentine’s Day, now. Just take some charming young man a piece of your pie… or a whole pie.
    I make a ton of pastry all at once, once year, and freeze it in individual discs. With that out of the way, pie making is not so daunting. A piece of cake, one could say. 🙂
    Just thaw the pastry, roll it out, prepare the filling…. much more “doable”. When I get to the fillings, I do at least 4 pies at a time. Bake one, freeze three. They freeze so beautifully unbaked. Now, that is the easiest homemade dessert ever. Pull it out and bake it. The only problem is freezer space.
    You have won a bigger space in my heart today, Joanne.
    🙂
    XO
    Valerie

  95. kate says:

    We had this pie for Thanksgiving this year. It was delicious! However, yours is infinitely more beautiful looking! Love your photos 🙂

  96. Karen says:

    Your pics are gorgeous! Never thought to combine cranberries & blueberries – bet it’s great. I’ve got some cherries (already pitted, thank God) in the freezer from last summer’s Farmers Market. When the hubby gets home (from out of town) I’m going to make a pie.

  97. Lea Ann says:

    I’m a pie maker from way back when but never tried a lattice top. Beautiful pie Joanne.

  98. yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  99. Well,well well…just like every day is Valentine’s day for some people, it seems for your parents, every day could very well be Christmas! Good for them!

  100. perfect pie for pie day and your mum and dad sound like fun

  101. WOW! You know, I never thought to put cranberries in my pie, but I bet it’s just wonderful. That tartness is always welcome to balance out all the sweetness.

  102. girlichef says:

    I’m easy…bring me a slice! The colors are so gorgeous 🙂 I wish I had a bottle of Cognac so I could join in the fun!

  103. Kerstin says:

    Love that berry filling – yum! Your lattice top looks perfect too 🙂

  104. Lisa says:

    What a gorgeous looking pie and that lattice top looks impressive. It sounds like a delicious combination. I have a new linky on my blog called “Sweets for a Saturday” and I’d like to invite you to stop by and link this up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/01/sweets-for-saturday-1_21.html

  105. Reeni says:

    Your pie is a thing of beauty! I love that you used cranberries because now I don’t feel bad for using them this weekend to make dessert too – we still have frozen cranberry sauce in our freezer. And we just took down our tree, maybe it’s an Italian thing?

  106. Raina says:

    It does not have to be fall or a holiday for me to love your pie. It sounds scrumptious and looks amazing:)

  107. Jessica B. says:

    Joanne,

    Can you read minds? Sometimes I think you must, because I’ll be thinking about a type of food and then you post a recipe for it. Today I hosted a brunch, and as I was menu planning I thought to myself, “I’d really like to make a pie for dessert.” And the next time I visited your blog, what did I find, but this wonderful recipe. Ok, I admit that I did not make my own crust, but in my defense I did make five main course dishes from scratch. Regardless, the pie was a huge hit. I believe the comments ranged from, “yummmmmmy” to “outstanding”. Thanks for sharing this recipe and for contributing to the success of my brunch!

  108. I love the rustic flaky crust on this pie, the lattice is perfect. This pie looks terrific!

  109. MaryMoh says:

    This must be for me…both my favourite berries there 😀

  110. grace says:

    i wish i was still going to christmas parties! incidentally, i keep mistletoe hanging year-round…just in case i need it. 🙂
    tremendous pie, joanne!

  111. Marisa says:

    Yum! Love the cranberry addition.

  112. We celebrated Christmas this past weekend with my husband’s family. It was weird, but kind of fun! There was no pie though. What a shame.

  113. I am smiling thinking about sweet couple, licking cognac and celebrating christmas again and again… greeting to them 🙂
    Wonderful photos

  114. That’s a gorgeous looking pie! Adding cranberries to the blueberries is a great idea. Will have to try this filling the next time I make a pie.

  115. What a great combination of flavors, and such a gorgeous pie 🙂

  116. Eliana says:

    Forget the holidays! I could enjoy this beauty and all it’s luster all year ’round!

  117. Deborah says:

    There is no such thing as pie season for me. I love pie year round! And I’ve never seen this combo of fruits – it sounds amazing!

  118. Katy ~ says:

    Top shelf, Joanne, this is top shelf! I must make this!!!

  119. Anu Santanu says:

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  120. Your pie crust looks fantastic! I wish I could make mine look as nice 🙂

  121. Gorgeous pie!! You did a great job with the lattice crust. I haven’t attempted that yet.

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