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First fall butternut pie

Butternut pie

I've been really enjoying our immersion blender. Not only does the tool allow me to cut up the skins of tomatoes in a flash, it also purees the batter for a butternut pie extremely well.

This pie also marks our first taste of the new hybrid butternut variety Metro. The result? Delicious! Of course, it's hard to go wrong with a butternut pie.



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Hi Anna and Mark,

Sounds delicious :).

John

Comment by John Tue Sep 22 11:38:08 2015
What is your recipe? Since it is not made in a pie pan I am assuming that it is the filling for a pie.
Comment by Sheila Wed Sep 23 22:40:40 2015
Sheila --- Here's our old tried and true recipe. I like to make pies in a casserole dish because we have a plastic lid that fits the glass pan, so we can just cover the pie and put it in the fridge then stack other things on top. (Plus, casserole dishes are deeper than pie pans.) So all of our pies are rectangles now. :-)
Comment by anna Thu Sep 24 06:15:57 2015

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