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Ice Cream Pie

2 eggs
1 egg yolk
A little more than 1 C. of sugar, divided
1 T. lukewarm water
1/2 C. all-purpose flour, more for dusting pan
4 ozs. sliced almonds
2 C. whipping cream, more for decorating
2 to 3 T. Grand Marnier or orange liqueur
3 ozs. finely cut mixed candied fruit, if available
Very good chocolate ice cream
Shaved chocolate

To make the bottom of the pie, beat together the eggs, egg yolk, 1/3 cup sugar and water until you have a very thick cream. Carefully fold in 1/2 cup flour.

Butter a (10-inch) springform pan. Dust with flour. Spread the mixture on the bottom of the springform pan. Place in an unheated oven. Turn heat to 350F. and bake for 25-30 minutes. Remove from oven. Carefully remove bottom from pan. Cool pie bottom on a rack.

Wrap the pie bottom in plastic wrap. Place in freezer.

Wash the springform pan and place in freezer.

Caramelize 1/2 cup of sugar over medium heat until the sugar melts and becomes light golden brown. Remove from heat. Add almonds.

Spread the caramel out on an oiled baking sheet. When the caramel is cold, put the pieces in a plastic bag and break into coarse pieces.

Beat together whipping cream and 1/4 cup sugar until stiff. Add the caramel pieces, the Grand Marnier or orange liqueur and candied fruit, if desired.

Remove springform from freezer. Using the back of a tablespoon, press 1 to 1 1/2 inches of very good chocolate ice cream on the bottom and sides of the springform. Put the whipped cream/caramel mixture in the middle of the pie. Work Fast. Return to freezer.

When the filling is nearly frozen, unwrap the frozen pie bottom and place over the filling. Return pie to freezer.

When pie is frozen, place the springform quickly in lukewarm water and turn the pie onto a serving dish.

Decorate with whipping cream and shaved chocolate.

You can make this pie at least a week before you have a party.

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