Every year on Thanksgiving Eve we have a little get-together to eat pie. I know, it seems like overkill to eat pie two nights in a row. But we love pie and can’t seem to get enough of it.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Banana Cream Pie. No recipe, just step-by-step photos. Here’s a recipe that’s similar.
Blueberry Pie. Shared by my sister. I took this photo way back in 2007.
Winter Squash Pie with whole wheat crust.
Some scrumptious pies from other bloggers:
:: Georgie Peach Pie via honey & jam ::
:: Mini Pumpkin Pies via A Food Lover’s Journey ::
:: Lemon Meringue Pie via bron marshall ::
:: Pear, Honey and Ginger Slab Pie via Shoots and Roots ::
Have a blessed Thanksgiving, and make sure to eat plenty of pie!
Check out my lasted guest post on the Tasty Kitchen Blog. Perfect for a cold late fall or winter evening.
Cooking can be solitary or shared. When the kitchen is cleared of clutter and people, you are free to create as you wish. It is very calming. However, throw two very different people into a kitchen and ask them to make a meal together and you have a potential disaster on your hands.
But if you never cook with someone you love and trust, you lose so much. Working and producing with your best friend is very rewarding and really brings out your character.
My favorite people to cook with? My sisters.
No strings attached. Just a common goal: creating something delicious.
These cookies were made by my sister and I for a party. As I rolled the balls of dough in sugar, I realized how easy it is for me to work with her. How blessed I am to be able to work with my sister without going crazy!
But lets talk cookies. These big, soft cookies have a wonderful level of spice and sweetness. Perfect with a tall glass of cold (whole) milk.
When I was a little girl (around eight or ten) I would always request Biscuits and Gravy for my birthday. To me, there was no meal more delicious.
Hot, homemade biscuits.
Crumbled, ready to received some gravy goodness.
Back in May of 2009, I first posted about my favorite cornbread recipe. I had the watermark thing going. Looks like my blog name is hovering over the piece of cornbread.
Here’s my take on it approximately 1.5 years later.
For step-by-step photos, check out my guest post on the Tasty Kitchen Blog.
This week, on my photography blog, I will be giving away an item from my photography shop.
Why is something as simple as chocolate pudding so delightful?
Smooth and creamy, intense and rich.