In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought I’d share my pumpkin pie recipe. This was handed down to me from my mom.
2 cups pumpkin (mashed)
1 cup sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. nutmeg
1/4 tsp ground cloves
2 Tbsp. flour
3 cups milk
Beat pumpkin then add sugar, eggs and spices. Beat together. Gradually add flour. Heat milk and add to pumpkin mixture, stirring all the while. Pour into unbaked pie shells. Bake at 350F for 1/2 hour or until pumpkin begins to set (thicken).
Note: For more pumpkin flavour combine 3 cups pumpkin and 2 cups milk.
Top with whipped cream.
May your day be blessed with wonderful family memories. Remember the past, focus on the present, hope for the future. From my family to yours, happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving! We had our big family dinner yesterday but today is Thanksgiving Day. We raised turkeys for the first time this year. I asked advice from a friend locally but most of the information I got was from a book, including butchering time. October 9th made the turkeys 20 weeks old and just in time for Thanksgiving. I thought this would work out really well, we could have a fresh turkey for dinner. Since this is our first year raising them, we really couldn’t judge how big they will be once dressed.
Were we in for a surprise! The turkey dressed out at 24 lbs! It bearly fit in grandma’s roaster. I could not get the lid on and had to cover it with tinfoil. But oh boy, was it good! We’ll be eating well from this one turkey. 🙂
We have several other turkeys yet to be butchered. We realize they are only going to get bigger! So we plan to do all of them next weekend. We have friends that offered to come help. 🙂