Round baking pan with a diameter of approximately 25 centimeters is the best for this pie. Put the base layer of dough to the bottom of the pan. After that, put the cherry stuffing and cover it with the second layer of the dough. Make small cuts in the top layer. The pie is baked in an oven for roughly 25 minutes at a temperature of 190°C. In order not to burn sides of the pie, cover them with foil.
This popular pie is usually served cold in Detroit, so, once the pie is ready, cool it for one-two hours. Local cafes usually serve cherry pie with whipped cream and peppermint leaves. Besides mouthwatering pastries, Detroit restaurants are famous for their traditional meat dishes that are often cooked on an open fire.
Seafood fans will have an opportunity to try simply gorgeous crabs, as well as dozens of different fish types that inhabit local ponds. Just like other cities in the United States, small restaurants and cafes are widespread in Detroit. As a rule, they offer popular fast food. Some fast food looks very interesting and unusual, for example, square pizza and a special hotdog type called Coney Dog.