GK: We're going to cut away to the pie judging contest now.
JD: Frankly, Mrs. Johnson, this is the best peach pie I've ever tasted.
MJ: Why, thank you, judge.
JD: Flaky crust, golden brown. And the filling is so different. I normally don't care for peach pie, but I'm just loving this.
MJ: That's my secret ingredient.
JD: Well, it's just marvelous. What is this secret ingredient?
JD: Apples? Apples mixed in with the peaches?
MJ: No, apples instead of peaches.
JD: Then that's an apple pie.
MJ: No, it's peach. I made a peach pie. It's a old family recipe.
JD: It doesn't have any peaches in it.
MJ: Egg creams don't have eggs or cream in it but it's still an egg cream.
JD: Fine. Now we were about to try your blueberry cobbler.
MJ: Here you go.
JD: Wow, it's it blue ribbon quality. This is great.
MJ: Another old family recipe.
JD: It's just a great blueberry cobbler. But it's not really very blue, is it?
MJ: That's because I use raspberries.
JD: What? How can you call it a blueberry cobbler?
MJ: Look at the top of my recipe.
JD: Grandma's blueberry cobbler. One pound raspberries...that's not right.
MJ: You calling my grandmother a liar?
JD: No, not at all.
MJ: You can better not. She was a great woman.
JD: I'm sure she was.
MJ: A great woman. And none of those allegations were proven.
JD: I was going to try the lemonade next.
MJ: Well, here then, try mine.
JD: That is tasty. What is the secret of this recipe?
MJ: Peppermint schnapps.
JD: Whatever. I'll just take the pitcher, thank you and good night.