Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving


 Today's dessert of pecan pie is being served at the counter.  The Autumn blocks are from my sister.  The sugar mold and stand are from Trade Days in Canton, Texas. 

 I'm using my Johnson Brothers Friendly Village dessert plates.  The turkey was painted by my Aunt Kitty years ago.  

My Mom bought me this cute pilgrim couple.

These darling shapes on my pie are from a set that I won over a year ago from Cuisine Kathleen at her linky party Let's Dish!  The fun shapes are perfect for accenting a pie.  I love them so much, Kathleen!  Kathleen hosts her party every Wednesday.  Please be sure to visit!


The pie crust recipe is a new one and comes from Anita at Aunt Nubby's Kitchen. The recipe makes three pie crusts, which come in handy when you freeze them.  The dough is easy to roll as long as your surface is well floured. The recipe has vinegar and an egg in it and comes together very quickly.  If you'd like to try it, the recipe can be found here.
My pecan pie recipe can be found here.


I am sharing this with:

Make It Pretty Monday
Inspire Me
HOME
Let's Dish!
Share Your Cup
Foodie Friday
Full Plate
Seasonal Sundays
Weekend Potluck


      Happy Thanksgiving Blessings!  xo



26 comments:

  1. Oh, I love the pilgrims and your Friendly Village dessert plates. Brown dishes are so pretty, especially this time of year. Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  2. You have some pretty things that mean a lot to you, too. Real treasures! And it seems that pecan pie is the dessert of the day. We're having Key Lime cheesecake for a change! Happy Thanksgiving my friend! Blessings, your friend, Diane

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  3. I love your decorations for Thanksgiving so pretty and festive. I love pecan pie! Enjoy your Thanksgiving tomorrow! Julie

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  4. The pie sure looks yummy! I hope the one my DD is bringing is half as good.

    Umm...what is a "sugar mold"?? Never heard of it before.

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  5. I love the Friendly Village pattern, especially wonderful to use for Thanksgiving! The pie looks delish. Happy Thanksgiving.........

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  6. All of your decorations are special and fun Kitty! The pie is beautiful and I love that turkey cutter, cute-cute-cute! Happy Thanksgiving-enjoy:@)

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  7. The Pilgrim couple from your mom are so sweet....what a treasure. Have a blessed Thanksgiving...hugs, Penny

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  8. Your pie looks great! I love the pilgrim couple and the turkey. Happy Thanksgiving, Kitty!

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  9. I'm so honored that you shared the pie crust, Kitty! I made a pecan pie today too using that same crust. The crust also handles easier when it is well chilled. I love the cute cut outs on your pie! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  10. Yummy looking pie...I love that china pattern.

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  11. Everything is lovely. I adore little shapes on top of your yummy pie. Would love to share some pie together....and some of that terrific pumpkin chai. ;-} Enjoy a blessed Thanksgiving with those near and dear to your heart. Hugs to you Dear Friend. XO

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  12. Sweet pilgrims! Oh your pie looks so yummy. Love the Friendly Village pattern too. Happy Thanksgiving Kitty!

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  13. Hi Kitty! Everything looks so pretty. Happy Thanksgiving.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  14. A truly blessed and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

    Enjoy!

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  15. Thanks for the shout out, Kitty! Your pie looks delicious, and I love your Tgiving decor. You are a trooper even getting it out. I know the holidays will be so difficult for you, I will be thinking of you! Blessings to you and yours!

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  16. Pecan pie is my very favorite! I always use my mother's recipe, but I must try yours soon. Love the pilgrims and Aunt Kitty's turkey. Hope you have a very good day tomorrow!

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  17. HUMM!!! QUE APARENCIA BOA.BEIJO AMIGA.VALÉRIA.

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  18. Happy Thanksgiving Kitty, you sure know how to dress a pie! Pecan is a favourite, among many, but I usually just make tarts for hubby and I.

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  19. Pecan Pie is one of my favorites! Happy Thanksgiving.

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  20. Happy Thanksgiving, Kitty! Your pecan pie looks amazing! The cut-outs decorating the top are really cute. I usually just make the tarts but I so enjoy the pie very much. Thanks for sharing at my HOME and have a lovely weekend, my friend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  21. Hello Kitty,
    I wanted to come over for a visit. You must have been named after your Aunt? :)
    I pray you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones.

    Joy to you, Debbie

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  22. It looks amazing, Kitty. But that pie has me drooling, YUM!
    Hope you have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  23. I hope you had a happy Thsnksgiving dear friend!

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  24. Hi Kitty, the cut out shapes are such a fun addition. I want to try this crust recipe some time. I have one called, 'never fail pie crust' that calls for canned milk instead of water. It's pretty good, but always like to try different techniques. I make my moms recipe for pecan pie. It has dark karo. Our family loves it. I'm sure yours is delicious also! Never met a pecan pie I didn't like. It's one of my two favorite pies. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  25. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving and thank you so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday!
    Miz Helen

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