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    Good Use for a Shop Apron

    Found a good use for my Lee Valley shop apron.

    Making some punkin pie...



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    Are you getting ready to chuck that into your lathe??
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    Color coordinating with the filling as well Not familiar with that canned ingredient though

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    No cans here. Homegrown, well, can't call it pumpkin, I'm pretty sure its Butternut squash I pureed and froze from last years harvest...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    No cans here. Homegrown, well, can't call it pumpkin, I'm pretty sure its Butternut squash I pureed and froze from last years harvest...
    and you freeze it in those 12oz cans like the one in the picture? ....................................

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    Well, that can is there for atmosphere, you know, a mood elevator...
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    careful...that atmosphere can get foggy quite quickly at times, don't need no accidental falls down the shaft

    Let us know if you would/can, on how it turns out, I luv B-Squash, sounds interestingly tasty!

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    I have had so called pumpkin pie made with sweet potatoes. With the spices added it was hard to tell that was really sweet potatoes.

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    Hmmm...familiar looking can...

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    I need to get myself back to Iowa sometime....
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