1. If all the world were apple pie,—And all the sea were ink,And all the trees were bread and cheese,—What should we have to drink? Most of us find ourselves beginning to crave rich steaming stews and hot apple pies and all kinds of delicious warming dishes; and because we are all a great deal luckier than we realize, we usually get what we want—or near enough. Cheddar lines the bottom of the crust and perfectly harmonizes with the apples. With apple-pie and cheese! Discover 10 unique ideas for writing your own poetry. Have a look at the wonderful History of an Apple Pie. tags: homemade , pie. “The homemade pie has been under siege for a century, and surely its survival is endangered.” ― Janet Clarkson, Pie: A Global History. Bake an apple pie worth pairing with a great cheese. I have tasted some horrible apple pie in my decades as a pie judge. Watching Taxi Driver and the main character and narrator goes on a date at a diner and mentions he "had black coffee and apple pie with a slice of melted yellow cheese.". I am going to put 5 or so on each post.

Please go on, read the poems and let your classmates know what you liked and found interesting about their poems. If you have an apple-y post to share —a picture, a story, a book, a recipe, anything about apples— leave a link, and we’ll celebrate apples together in the month of September. What do you eat on top of your apple pie? This is a brilliant example of a form of poetry called an abercedarius (or an alphabet poem).

It’s enough to have an old man Scratch his head and think. This apple pie has Cheddar cheese baked right inside! "An apple pie without the cheese is like a kiss without the squeeze” is cited in print from at least 1882. If all the world was apple-pie, And all the sea was ink, And all the trees were bread and cheese, What should we have for drink? Just like you'd find flatbread with goat cheese and honey, the cheese baked right in with the apples provides a buttery and melty texture. The current version of the song is slightly different but the dilemma posed … The next frame indeed shows the apple pie covered with melted cheese. Poetry Friday is hosted this …

tags: pastry , pie. Both Yorkshire (where apple pie with cheese is a traditional dessert) and Sussex claim the origin of the saying, but the 1882 citation (that mentions Yorkshire) attributes the saying to “an American lady.”

The History of an Apple Pie.

“The First Law of Pies: 'No Pastry, No Pie.” ― Janet Clarkson, Pie: A Global History.
Will you be inspired to write a rhyme about eating a cheese sandwich, or make up your own wacky limericks? I’ve seen soggy bottom crusts, cardboard-y top crusts, undercooked apples and ham-handed spicing (especially cloves) even at the National Pie Championships. I never heard of this in …