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The Whistle Stop Cafe shares their recipe for Kentucky Pie

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The Whistle Stop Cafe in Glendale, Kentucky is famous for it's fried chicken and country cuisine.

But they are also famous for their desserts!

They are sharing their recipe for how to make the Whistle Stop Kentucky Pie.

The Whistle Stop Cafe Kentucky pie by Lynn Cummins

1 Cup Brown Sugar

½ Cup White Sugar

½ Cup Margarine Or Butter Melted

1 Teaspoon Vanilla

1 Tablespoon Flour

2 Tablespoon Milk

2 Eggs Beaten

1-1½ Cup Coarsely Chopped Pecans

1 cup chocolate chips

Mix sugars and flour.

Stir in melted butter.

Add eggs, milk, vanilla, and mix well.

Spread chocolate chips evenly over bottom of pie crust. Pour liquid mixture into 1- 9 inch unbaked pie shell. (we use our homemade shell made with flour and lard).

Sprinkle pecans evenly over the top. I like lots of pecans so I always use at least the 1 and a half cups.

Bake about 45 minutes. When it puffs up and starts to crack across the top it is done.

For Pecan Pie simply omit the chocolate chips.

The famous Whistle Stop Restaurant in Historic Glendale, Ky has been voted the best non franchise restaurant in Ky for 2010 and 2011 by Ky Living readers. Just a few of the favorites are the fried chicken which we hand dip and fry when you order it, the pork chops fry in a cast iron skillet, and we double dip our most popular fried green tomatoes. We still cook in southern tradition with recipes handed down through the years. The Whistle Stop offers great Southern style food and made from scratch desserts. Southern Living magazine has written about the desserts and named our coconut meringue pie the best in Ky.

We are family owned and family friendly so bring your whole family! Spend the day and walk the many shops in Glendale. 50 miles south of Louisville, Exit 86 off of 65 south, open Tuesday through Saturday.

The Whistle Stop

216 E. Main St. P.O. Box 158

Glendale, KY 42740

270-369-8586

Tuesday - Saturday: 11 am - 9 pm

Call for Winter Hours

Closed Sunday, Monday and Major Holidays

To find out more, click here.

 

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