Make and Freeze Pie Dough — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

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Best pie crust ever is being laid over the top of a pie pan using a rolling pin.

If you're using homemade pie crusts, make the dough now and freeze it in freezer bags. Defrost the dough and bake your pies the day before Thanksgiving.

Start making your Thanksgiving desserts with the help of these video tutorials.

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