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    How pumpkin pie's are made.

    How pumpkin pie's are made.
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    since i admittadly have a more than slightly twisted sense of humor (humour, for our canadian friends, wouldn't want them getting lost ), i can only say one thing, why didn't i think of that?
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    hmm, those pumpkins aren't getting enough fiber...
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    That's the way they taste to me - I'm not a fan of pumpkin pie.

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    Our chef has a slightly differant recipe..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henderson View Post
    That's the way they taste to me - I'm not a fan of pumpkin pie.

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    If you make 'em like that it's no wonder. (you don't actually use the stringy bits in pumpkin pie.)

    All jokes aside, my mom makes delicious pumpkin pie, mhhhm, mmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    If you make 'em like that it's no wonder. (you don't actually use the stringy bits in pumpkin pie.)

    All jokes aside, my mom makes delicious pumpkin pie, mhhhm, mmmm.
    So does my wife... she also makes a great pumpkin roll, a rolled cake with cream cheese filling....I can make myself sick eating her pumpkin roll... eating a whole cake all by myself at one sitting....... delicious but oh so rich.

    it may get tough this year though... Libby's has predicted a shortage of canned pumpkin and the fields are too muddy for them to harvest this year's crop... they are predicting a shortage until next years crop mature's... Guess they need to go to Chile and plant more there.
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