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Everybody loves berry pies, this one uses four different types of berries.  You can make it with whatever berries Bumble Berry Pieare your favorites and you can use two or three or four kinds of berries.

Use my pie crust recipe for this pie.  It comes out perfect every time.

Serving Size  : 8    Preparation Time :  2:00
Categories    : Pies & Pastry


Amount/ Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
--------   ------------            --------------------------------
   2      cups                      blueberries
   2      cups                      marionberries
   1      cup                        blackberries
   1      cup                        raspberries
   2      cups                     sugar
   1      cup                       all purpose unbleached flour
  1/4  teaspoon             salt
  1/2  teaspoon             cinnamon
   2    tablespoons         butter -- for dotting
   2                                   pie crust (top and bottom)   (9 inch) Use my pie crust recipe.

Preheat your oven to 350.

If fresh berries aren't available, by all means use frozen.  Just mix everything up and throw it in the pie shell.  The frozen berries make the pie bake a little longer but they work just great.

1.  In a large bowl put all berries, sugar, flour, cinnamon and salt and stir up very well.  Let it sit for a bit while you prepare your pie crust.

2.. Use a deep pie plate.  I like the ceramic or pyrex  deep pie plates.   Put in bottom crust,  prick the crust a few times with a fork.   Pile in the berry mix and dot with butter.    Cover with top crust  fold the top crust over and under the bottom crust and crimp the rim  to make it pretty.  Cut 4 vent slits.    ( I like to use a little water to wet the top crust and sprinkle on sugar to give the pie a pretty and crispy sweet top.)

3.   Put pie on a baking sheet (in case of drips) and bake in the center of the oven at 350º for 50 minutes or until crust is brown and you can see the bubbling syrup starting to ooze out of the pie.

Cool before cutting so that the filling has a chance to 'set'.....otherwise you will have a runny pie.