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Old 11-23-2019, 01:25 PM   #1
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Pumpkin or Apple - Smoked/Fried/Oven

For me Pumpkin pie .... Turkey fixed anyway ... stuffing and mashed and sweet potato casserole ... cranberry straight from the can ... how about you??
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Sweet potato pie. My son is bringing one Thursday. Last year he had to make it twice. He fell asleep while the first one was baking.

However... my wife makes fantastic apple pie. Her apple crisp is mighty fine, too.

However... Iíd give them all up for her tomato pie. Itís a savory dish so itís not dessert. But dang. Iíd give up almost all desserts if thatís what it took to have her tomato pie. Iím keeping *this* wife!
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Old 11-23-2019, 02:35 PM   #4
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Sweet potato pie. My son is bringing one Thursday. Last year he had to make it twice. He fell asleep while the first one was baking.

However... my wife makes fantastic apple pie. Her apple crisp is mighty fine, too.

However... Iíd give them all up for her tomato pie. Itís a savory dish so itís not dessert. But dang. Iíd give up almost all desserts if thatís what it took to have her tomato pie. Iím keeping *this* wife!
Just Googled Tomato pie looks great .... Thanks
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Never heard of tomato pie, gonna look it up
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For me Pumpkin pie .... Turkey fixed anyway ... stuffing and mashed and sweet potato casserole ... cranberry straight from the can ... how about you??
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Apple for me....with a big hunk of Cabot Seriously Sharp Chedda Cheese as a chaser.

We just got in from processing 31 turkeys. We had 9 Toms that tipped the scale at over 30 pounds (30 is as high as our scale goes). Can't wait to dive into one of the big boys on Thursday!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all.....eat til it ouches!!
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Apple for me....with a big hunk of Cabot Seriously Sharp Chedda Cheese as a chaser.

We just got in from processing 31 turkeys. We had 9 Toms that tipped the scale at over 30 pounds (30 is as high as our scale goes). Can't wait to dive into one of the big boys on Thursday!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all.....eat til it ouches!!
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Never heard of tomato pie, gonna look it up
Tomato pie to me equals Pizza
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Old 11-23-2019, 06:52 PM   #10
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Tomato pie to me equals Pizza
Cheesy bread meets pizza https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/tomato_pie/
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Just Googled Tomato pie looks great .... Thanks
Let me know when youíre up this way. Especially during home-grown tomato season.

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Our family is split. Half like pumpkin, the other half wants apple so the wife makes both. Problem solved. No debate needed.
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Pumpkin is a must but some apple is always nice. I always had to make Philly Dutch Apple Crumb for my daughter so apple ended up being a must as well.

Now I bet I could be forced to shove down a slab of Coconut Cream if it was available. My CC is pretty dang'd good but not included due to all the other do'ins going on.
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Old 11-24-2019, 05:56 PM   #15
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what, no pecan pie??? ... who stops with just one pie for the holidays, ... five generations(and probably more) of family tradition is BOTH pumpkin AND pecan pies, and heavy on the pecan pie, ... pronounced pee-con, not pee-can,
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what, no pecan pie??? ... who stops with just one pie for the holidays, ... five generations(and probably more) of family tradition is BOTH pumpkin AND pecan pies, and heavy on the pecan pie, ... pronounced pee-con, not pee-can,
Yep your right .... we will have pumpkin apple pecan + cheesecake and some don't call it dessert but I do ... date nut bread ... hello food coma
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Smoked turkey, scalloped potatoes with mushrooms. Butternut squash Deviled hard boiled eggs as an appetizer. Apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for dessert. Yum ! My dr. may argue. Oh, and Pepcid AC after all.
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Pumpkin pie for me. Cut into fourths I seriously love it. My grandmas with real whipping cream
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I do not want to have to choose, just give me one of each!
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what, no pecan pie??? ... who stops with just one pie for the holidays, ... five generations(and probably more) of family tradition is BOTH pumpkin AND pecan pies, and heavy on the pecan pie, ... pronounced pee-con, not pee-can,
We do bourbon pecan pie. A pumpkin too, for the kids. We do Thanksgiving a little different here. A number of us aren't fond of turkey. Picked up a 14lb brisket and some short ribs. Home made baked beans, Cole slaw, green bean casserole and corn bread of course. The ribs make for good lunchtime snacking since they cook so fast. Well, relative to the brisket.
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