Latticed Cherry Pie

When cherries reach their peak of sweetness in summer, it's time to bake a pie! This recipe calls for making a lattice top that shows off the beautiful fruit underneath. Be sure to use a cherry pitter to speed prep work.
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Sasori
Belmont, MA
July 27, 2010
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Latticed Cherry Pie
July 27, 2010
I baked this pie last week for a special event and it was FABULOUS. I let the mixed ingredients sit for an hour before baking and I think that helped to absorb some of the juices before baking. The lattice top was a little challenging, but once I figured out which way the mold worked, it came out absolutely beautiful. It needed a few more minutes on the baking and I turned it a few times during the last 10 minutes. It was evenly browned! Very happy with the way this turned out :) Oh, and did I mention how delicious it was?
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Jasimo
San Francisco, CA
July 21, 2010
Would You Recommend? No
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Needs modification
July 21, 2010
I made this pie tonight. I followed the recipe exactly with lovely organic Ranier cherries.
The pie came out of the oven. It looked gorgeous. However, there was so much liquid in the filling that the cherries were swimming. My bottom crust (which I carefully par baked earlier) was a soggy mess.
There is another Williams Sonoma recipe for cherry pie on this site that asks you to cook the cherries with the starch on the stove before adding to the pie. My guess is that would help as the cherry juice would evaporate.
I had been telling my husband I would make him a cherry pie for him for weeks. It took me all afternoon to prepare. Boy I am dissapointed.
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TSMW
Texas
Posted May 22, 2013
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Perhaps you cut into it before it had a chance to set. I let mine cool until the ceramic pie dish could be carried without oven mitts. (I also brushed the egg on the bottom of the pie crust but did not pre-bake.) Mine turned out beautiful and delicious.
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Review 3 for Latticed Cherry Pie
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Janet1
Burr Ridge, IL
May 1, 2010
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Unbelieveable Cherry Pie
May 1, 2010
It is delicious. Use fresh cherries and it is heavenly. The recipe makes up easily and the result is absolutely out of this world. I recommend fresh ripe cherries and wait several hours to serve. It is a delicious and pretty dessert to serve to guest too.