Sign-up link for #SweetSat 11/17/2012

Hi, everybody, and welcome back. Nothing says Southern Thanksgiving quite like a pecan pie, homemade, fresh from the oven, and with a nice pattern of pecan halves on top. And trust me, when you’re from the South, nothing else can quite fill that flavor. Thanks to YES! You can COOK for the photo, link, and recipe.

Now, let’s link. Click the cute little blue smiley face below to access the inLinkz tool. And let’s enjoy the week.



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8 Responses to Sign-up link for #SweetSat 11/17/2012

  1. jeff salter says:

    Pecan pie used to be among my top 3 fav. pies. However, with this gluten-aversion, I seldom have a chance to eat pie anymore. Even when you scrape everything off the crust, you still seem to absorb some gluten.

    • Gunnar Grey says:

      Hm. Has anyone ever tried making one without the crust? Now there’s an interesting project.

      • jeff salter says:

        My daughter-in-law made some sort of pie without a crust, just for me. Well, she made a larger batch than she needed and made a regular pie…with what she had leftover, she put it into a bowl for me. Don’t recall now what it was, but it was GOOD.

  2. Gunnar Grey says:

    Lately, the guy and I have been eating hamburgers without the bun, as a carb-cutting measure. So pie without the crust doesn’t sound all that different.

    • jeff salter says:

      Even before I learned that cutting out gluten would ease my stomach symptoms, I often did NOT eat the crust on pies. But that was because so many pies came with crusts that were like damp cardboard. If the crust tasted good, I’d eat it.


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