Pie for Breakfast

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  1. Deathray

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    Just from reading this thread, I think I need to check my blood sugar :)
     
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    My wife makes amazing pies for the holidays... pumpkin, pecan, sweet potato, apple, ollalieberry... we have had a few days in a row of family feasts... turkey, ham, cioppino....

    she made cinnamon rolls for thanksgiving morning that set the tone for outstanding food.... this morning we had some pie, some refried ham, and pumpkin bread for breakfast... I took my mom out to breakfast yesterday and I had squid and eggs and potato pancake for breakfast which is... well, fantastic.
     
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    No pie left, I took the leftover sweet potatoes and squash, (both slow smoked smoked with pecans and maple syrup), and made them into a nice soup with crunchy pecans. This morning I reheated some up with blueberries and extra maple syrup. It tasted like sweet potato pie, but in a bowl. :)
     
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    I'm convinced that pumpkin pie was invented so people would stop squirting whipped cream into their mouths. I love pumpkin pie, but it's kind of a disappointment without the whipped cream. I'm sure the Brits would love it if they slathered it in Marmite.
     
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    So this is how you eat your pie?
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    Yeah, pretty much. If I'm feeling frisky, I'll throw a dollop of ice cream on the side.
     
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    Mark Twain's favorite breakfast was cold apple pie and a glass of milk.

    As far as American beer, the big name stuff is terrible, but the craft brews are as good as any in the world, and better than most.
     
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    Man I thought I was strange.. Apple pie and coffee is one of my favorites on a cold winter morning
     
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    Ain't nuthin wrong with that.
    NOPE!!!
     
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    Marmite might improve a pumpkin pie, as both deserve to be put in the bin

    who in their right mind puts what is effectively a yeast infection in a jar to use as a condiment? and the aussies have vegemite. equally vile

    what should be equally vile, but i like, is gentleman's relish. a spread made from mixing mostly anchovies and butter. but anchovies taste pretty good on everything
     
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    Gentleman's Relish---never heard of it, but it sounds good. Like apple pie, however, I'd have to eat it all myself bc my wife doesn't like any fish.
     
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    Pie!

    It's what's for breakfast.

    I actually had pie for dinner last night. Pear tart with a dark chocolate base and homemade crust. Our friend slaved over it and brought it for Thanksgiving. Fantastic.

    Will I will have pumpkin pie for lunch today and complete the hat trick?
     
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    No actually it’s taste, the only thing pumpkin should be used for is target practice.
    And don’t get me started in oatmeal
    But nothing wrong with Apple or pecan pie for breakfast
     
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    Pumpkin pie evil? Call me a devil.
     
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    Is that the evil pumpkin spice on top?
     
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    Saigon cinnamon.
     
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    Minced meat pie for breakfast yesterday. Yum!

    Edit - homemade!
     
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    Never mind.
     
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    Exactly.
     
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