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Pecan,pumpkin,key lime and apple, oh my

Old 11-26-07, 07:51 PM
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Pecan,pumpkin,key lime and apple, oh my

I am normally not much of a pie eater, mostly because my wife doesn't bake very often. For Thanksgiving we had 8 people total at our house and my wife made an apple pie, a pecan pie, a pumpkin pie, a key lime pie and two cheesecakes with gramcracker crusts and fruit topping. I have been doing my best to help empty the fridge of holiday leftovers so I have been eating two pieces a day. Luckily our company has returned home and I can get in more riding riding time. I usually weigh myself at least a couple of times a week but I will skip a week and let my scale have a break.
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Maple-Pecan Tart, with real whipped cream. It is all gone. I saw to that.
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I lucked out with pumpkin (blah), apple & PECAN!
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What are "leftovers"?
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pie

Pumpkin and French Silk at our house. Yum yum.
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Donna and I recently "stumbled" across a pie and ice cream store, while out purchasing a treadmill at a local sporting goods store. Haven't stopped in yet (at the time felt like it might have defeated the purpose of the treadmill!!).
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