pumpkin pie


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pumpkin pie

traditional dish, especially at Thanksgiving. [Am. Culture: Flexner, 68]
See: America
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More than two in five (43%)Westerners and Midwesterners admit they'd choose pumpkin pie if they had to select one, compared to 31 percent of their neighbors in other regions.
Second, let's about that pumpkin pie filling -- creamy and unctuous, warmed with classic holiday spices.
Then she skipped off to the kitchen to help her mother bake pumpkin pies.
David, a business management officer with Newcastle City Council and member of Trinity Methodist Church, said: "As a kid in America I was brought up on pumpkin pie.
They give it a good backbone, it reminds me more of gingerbread than pumpkin pie.
I sent home five small samples of the pumpkin pie with the grandchildren to put in their refrigerator until mealtime.
Jell-O No Bake Pumpkin Style Pie Dessert has the "creamy taste and texture of pumpkin pie flavored with natural cinnamon & ginger," says the label.
The hotel, on the A45 near the NEC, launched the special menu of turkey and pumpkin pie on Thursday, November 24, Thanksgiving Day in the Unites States, and organised the event to help the large number of Americans living in the borough to celebrate in style.
Tiffany Kiser knows this because of the seasonal surge in pumpkin pie lattes.
My favorites: the cauliflower gratin, the cornbread-chorizo dressing, and the spiced-up ancho chile pumpkin pie.
In addition to these features there is a selection of pumpkin poetry, and pumpkin recipes including Pumpkin Cheesecake, Pumpkin Bourbon Pudding, Pumpkin Muffins, Pumpkin Gingerbread and Pumpkin Pie.
More than 300,000 of them - enough to make pumpkin pie for an army of trick or treaters - have been grown on a farm near Bognor Regis, Sussex.