“No flour, no Torah; no Torah, no flour.” – Pirkei Avot 3:21
There’s nothing like trying to take a photo of your Pumpkin Pecan Pie just before the pie monsters arrive to insure that not only will the batteries in the camera be dead, but so will the spare ones in the charger. Several hours and a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner later, the batteries are ready to go. All that remains is a single slice pie – this one, actually.
This is a really good pie. Ask my niece. She had thirds. She also took home all the gingersnap cookies I made with the leftover dough.
Jocelyn and Mindy made this pie on their respective coasts. Hope they turned out well. Oh, and Randy called from LA. The pie Craig baked arrived in great shape.
I guess I like pumpkin pie after all.
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