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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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  1. GLORIA JOHNSON

    That pie looks fantastic! Wow, the pie crust looks so good too. Would Rachel like to tell us her secret to such a good looking pie crust? As soon as Lent is over, I’d like to make this Bishop’s Chocolate Pie. Thanks Kevin and Rachel!

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  2. Marge

    Kevin I got this recipe years ago, the only choclate Poe I make. Mine calls for only 1 cup sugar. It is the best. Recipe was on Hershey’s website

    Marge

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  3. Robin

    I was just going back through some emails and found your newsletter featuring the Amish community that is about 15 miles from my hometown! I do have one correction to your article: Enola is actually spelled Inola. Also I’m not sure about the technicality but several of the people are Mennonites. My husband worked with a Mennonite young man and we were invited to his home. He lives like we do with electricity in his home. It was a surprise to me. We have also enjoyed an Amish meal. I know al least two families that will schedule meals for large groups. Chicken and noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, and of course, rolls. Then pies for dessert. It is wonderful to live so close and be able to celebrate their heritage.

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  4. Bev

    This pie is wonderful. The only change I make it to top it with real whipped cream.

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    1. Kevin

      Yep, you can’t beat real whipped cream (well, that was kind of a funny, you have to beat it to make it, but then you can’t beat it once you make it!:)

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  5. Steve

    Correction under the Bishop’s Chocolate Pie: that’s Inola, OK, not Enola. My mother was born there and has relatives buried there. We were raised Mennonite Brethren in Enid, OK.

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    1. Steve

      Correction under the Bishop’s Chocolate Pie: that’s Inola, OK, not Enola. My mother was born there and has relatives buried there. We were raised Mennonite Brethren in Enid, OK.

      Robin already mentioned this (above). Sorry!

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      1. Kevin

        Thank you for clarifying, Steve!

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