Mmm. That Pie was sooooooo good!Joe did so good this term! Good job Joe!
I was privileged to smell that very pie!I so enjoyed our chat today, Cherie. Happy baking, analyzing, and processing to you. ;o)
Yes, Joe did very very well! Hard to not brag, I'm biting my tongue.......Thanks for the compliment on the pie, Cassie! I'm sure glad Joe decided to let us have some of his Celebratory Pie! Daddy called and is looking forward to having a piece tonight.
It was a true pleasure having a face to face chat with you, Deanna, one I hope we repeat again and again!It's mind boggling how similar our paths have been.
Hmmm, looks wonderful-- I can almost smell it from Texas! Are those Granny Smith apples? I'm always interested in the best kind of apples to use.
You don't want to know how many grannysmith apples I've peeled over the last 27 yrs! I'm just glad that my boss invested in a peeler/corer. ;)
Yes, Ann, they are Granny Smiths. I found them on sale, and snatched them up because Joe requested an apple pie. Killed two birds with one stone - gave him pie AND celebrated his good grades. I wish I could send you a piece over the internet! :-)
I'll take your word for it, tshs, that I don't want to know how many gs apples you've peeled! :-)During harvest, when I make applesauce, I often fantasize about a peeler/corer. I wonder, did this entry make you shudder?..... :-D
Kinda. heeheeI've been known to peel 80 apples in one shift at work, for 4 large pans of apple crisp.
It WAS pretty yum yum, Sandy. Thanks for the comment!tshs: 80 apples!!!! EEEK! Sorry about the reminder...... :-((I'll bet your apples crisps were delicious, though!)
Can I come and just sit in your kitchen and smell the good smells and sample the goods?Yum.
You know you are welcome in my kitchen anytime, Pam! Anytime! :-D
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