Friday, October 16, 2020



Pumpkins are everywhere. 
They dot the landscape. 
I like seeing them scattered about.
I also love snacking on all the concoctions
that can be made from them. 
So rather than write a lengthy post...
I'm going to keep this simple. 
I will show you an old recipe 
for pumpkin pie.
you can make use of it...
  like I have.

to make it larger so you
can copy the recipe. 
i hope this works so
you can read it. You may
need a magnifying glass 
to see the measurements.


Mevely317 said...

Gorgeous visual!
Reading this list of ingredients, my taste buds are fairly exploding! Unfortunately, Tom's not a fan so I buy mine once slice at a time.

Practical Parsimony said...

That is an old recipe since it calls for a 16 oz can. all cans now are 15 oz. I just use the 15 oz and al works well. Plus, I like this recipe because it calls for separate spices, not pumpkin pie spice. I might try this.

The orange sunset with the pumpkins is spectacular

Donna. W said...

I always use the recipe on the Libby's pumpkin can. I love pumpkin pie with whipped cream.

jack69 said...

Looks and reads good. I haven't had a homemade pumpkin pie in ages, maybe ti is time....
I just wanted to say AMEN to 'PP's comment above about the first shot, it is spectacular, great choice.
Love from Florida.

PS: We drove thru a small town called "Tarrytown" and you popped into our minds. SWEET!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I love pumpkin pie and will copy your recipe. It's strange we only make them for Thanksgiving when they are soooo good.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

This was a timely post to read as we also love all things pumpkin and especially at this time of year. Just this afternoon I made a pumpkin pie which will be enjoyed very shortly. Thanks the recipe as I will be making another one when this one has been eaten.

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, pumpkin pie! - I can hardly wait to have my first piece of the season.

Thanks for the recipe, Taryterre. And love that photo. : )