Wednesday, November 18, 2009

12 Pumpkin Pies


November is Pumpkin Pie month.
No, it's not a nationally recognized thing -- it's just at my house.

How many pies?
Let's see --

The first week of November I made two pumpkin pies. One for my husband to take into work for their early Thanksgiving celebration, and one for the family to eat.

Last weekend was my husband's birthday. He doesn't like cake. He only likes -- pumpkin pie. Therefore two more pies, one decorated with candles. The second for the family to have, because one is never enough.

This week end I have to make more pies, because I'm having a Pumpkin Pie, Oh My! storytime at my library and, of course, I have to bring pumpkin pie -- enough for the program and for the staff too. And another (or two) for my family to eat.

And -- the Wednesday after that program is the day before Thanksgiving. Pie baking day. I always have to bake four pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving. One for Thanksgiving Day. One for my brother-in-law to take home. And two more to eat later. (not to mention apple pies, etc.)

The final week in November? More pies, of course. It's the 9-year-old's birthday.
-wendieO

3 comments:

Mary Bowman-Kruhm said...

Maybe next Monday (for Thanksgiving) you will share your wonderful pumpkin pie recipe. Heh-heh.

Wendie O said...

My yummy pie?
Anyone who has a 1940s Fanny Farmer Boston School cookbook has that recipe. But be warned -- in the 1950s they changed the recipe and it's not as good as the older one. -wendieO

Julie Larios said...

I'm pretty sure there's a picture book somewhere in that pie-count, Wendie - WRITE IT!