couple mile walk through the corn maze on a very warm first of fall afternoon after a chilly start to the day . . . and tonight……our first “Mountain Pies” served to us by Dee & Ed Long from Frederick, outside Baltimore right near the home of our friends The Crosthwaits, straight from their toasty campfire. They were toasted white buttered, crustless bread filled with pepperoni, cheese and sliced black olives….they rival, although NOT supersede, Jayne’s calzones! Delicious! Trace “foolishly” turned on our outside light at the time of our departure for the campfire about 20 yards from our door and we actually needed it 41/2 hours later when we returned! A very nice hanging around the campfire (and into their rig when the temp dropped to the 40’s) evening.
Our understanding is that Mountain Pies can be assembled for breakfast, lunch, dinner, as we had them, or a dessert treat filled with apples, sugar etc….I’d be willing to conduct an exhaustive survey, if need be!