The end of July, is the time when production stops on many car models. July 31 is the date that production stopped on the 1970, 1975 Corvettes. It is also the date in 1981 that the last Corvete was built at the St. Louis plant. The Corvette Americans Hall of Fame opened in Cooperstown, New York on this day in 1992.
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On this day in automobile history, Ron Fellows and Chris Kneifel finished 2nd in the GTS at the 1999 Grand Prix of Sonoma in the #3 C5R Corvette.
General Motors registers the ZR1 trademark that will be used on Corvettes.
On this day in 1997 the final 1997 Corvette rolled off the assembly line. Do you have one of the 9752 produced that year?
First make the crust:
2 cups of flour
1 tsp salt
3/4 cup of Crisco shortening
7 Tbsp ice water
Mix the salt with the flour in the bowl of a mixer.
Using a pastry cutter, cut in the shortening until it is about the size of peas.
Add the water.
Turn on the mixer with a dough hook at a slow setting.
When the dough comes together, take it out and squeeze it into a ball. Don’t do this too much or it won’t be flakey.
Make two balls and roll them out, a little bigger than the pieplate.
Line the pieplate with one of the crusts.
Use the other crust to cut out the designs.
About 5 cups of blueberries, I usually use more, but I wanted this pie to be flat on top.
3/4 cup sugar
3 Tbsp of Tapioca, some people say 4 or 5, I like the pie a little runny.
Mix the blueberries, sugar and tapioca in a bowl and let it sit about a half hour. I do this before making the crusts, that way I can pour it right in.
You can add a little lemon juice and some cinnamon if you like. It is not necessary.
Pour into pie crust
Brush the top with milk, sprinkle with some cinnamon and sugar
Cover the edges with foil
Bake 30 minutes at 375
Bake about 25 more minutes then check it.
determine whether it is done or needs more time. It depends on the oven
Let it cool down