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Old 11-26-08, 12:37 AM   #1
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Pie, what kind are you making?

I just baked an apple pie(from scratch), and now the galley is a freakin' mess.

What kind of pie are you baking for Thanksgiving?
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Old 11-26-08, 12:41 AM   #2
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I'm making graham ******* tiramisu...not exactly a pie, but easy and delicious. Too lazy to make anything else.
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Mushroom pie (as an appetizer) and pecan pie bars.
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I just baked an apple pie(from scratch), and now the galley is a freakin' mess.

What kind of pie are you baking for Thanksgiving?
So my wine steward is also a cook?
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So my wine steward is also a cook?
I love to cook, but it's a lot more fun to cook for two.
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Old 11-26-08, 12:55 AM   #6
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Vegan pumpkin, sans tofu.

Cranberry- dried sweet cherry with a sweet crust.
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Pumpkin with a graham ******* crust.
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Pumpkin cheesecake pie

and I'm hoping to get into some hair... pie.
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and I'm hoping to get into some hair... pie.
sorry to hear about your grooming standards.
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I'm making graham ******* tiramisu...not exactly a pie, but easy and delicious. Too lazy to make anything else.
yum! That sounds so good...recipe?
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Pumpkin cheesecake pie

and I'm hoping to get into some hair... pie.
Hoooorrrrrrrk!
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We got a new probie in the firehouse whose dad cooks CRAZY GOOD apple pies, and he dropped off a couple last night. and they were good. and i wonder why i'm getting fat. but they were soo good though.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmapple piemmmmmmmmmmm*homer voice*
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Old 11-26-08, 06:15 AM   #13
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2 pumpkin, 1 apple and 1 cherry.

I do it the busy working-mom way, canned filling and box crust...

This is the first Thanksgiving since Grandma passed away and it's going to be hard. She always made like 10 pies from scratch, making sure she had at least one of everyone's favorite (mine is pecan). So this year, not so good
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Not making. But definitely eating:

The Toll House Cookie Pie

My mother makes a couple each year and, good golly Miss Molly, this thing is good.
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Old 11-26-08, 08:34 AM   #15
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My wife order 2 from a local bakery (yes, a real bakery, not the grocery store bakery!): apple (my favorite) and chocolate pecan. <drool>
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there sure are a lot of pie threads around Foo.

I'm making banana cream pie. mmmm!
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Old 11-26-08, 09:28 AM   #17
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apple with a nice lattice crust on top.
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Old 11-26-08, 09:31 AM   #18
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I won't be making pie, but I'll be making for my (almost) girlfriend:



(Whole grain rotini with sauted mushrooms, basil and maybe tomato sauce or light alfredo)

and for my family, I'll probably make:



(Oven-baked brown rice)

and possibly:



(Pastelitos, though ours look much better than the ones above)
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MrCrassic, those all look good. Mind PMing me the recipes?
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no pie. I'm not a pie person, nor do I like to bake. Mom's buying a half a pumpkin pie - I may have a slice - but for breakfast. Usually too full after a big meal to stuff down dessert.
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I'm making a pumpkin pie - from scratch. Have to butcher the pumpkin this evening. Will make some pumpkin bread to freeze too.
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Oh - we will be making sweet potato casserole!!!!




I told my wife the other day that I would never want to give up good southern cuisine. I don't care where we lived, or what strict diet I'm on, I have to haves me some.
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yum! That sounds so good...recipe?
Couple of boxes of chocolate graham crackers (don't worry about getting too many--get a lot!)
4 packs of cream
400 g can condensed milk
Instant coffee (I use plain old nescafe) and cinnamon powder to taste
Optional: any fruit; today I'm using canned peach slices
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Mix the cream and the condensed milk, adding coffee and cinnamon powder to taste. Whip well--you want it to be stiff enough to support graham crackers. In a square shaped container (hopefully one that fits the graham crackers well, but if not, you can always cut em), place the graham crackers leaving no space at the bottom. Layer cream on top, then stack another layer of graham ******* and then the cream. Repeat until the cream runs out--last layer should be cream.

Grind a bunch of crackers into crumbs. Sprinkle the crumbs on top of the cream, and put slices of your fruit right on top of the crumbs. Refrigerate overnight to set the cream and let the crackers absorb the cream and get spongy in texture. Voila, dessert. Serves 4-5.
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I'm making two apple pies with habanero (suggested to me a few months ago by user Busted Knuckles and so good).

One is for my 1 pm thanksgiving dinner and the second is for my 6 pm thanksgiving dinner. I'll have to pace myself, but I think I can do it.
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