I never was too fond of pumpkins except when I saw them in front of houses during Halloween. Well, they do make the perfect Halloween decorations. But as food, it’s a taste that I hadn’t learned to love even though I wasn’t a picky eater. I remember eating everything on the table, even my most hated vegetable called pickles (I don’t like anything sweet and sour), but I never touched the pumpkin.
It was at a friend’s birthday party when I first had a taste of pumpkin pie. No matter how much you dislike something, when you’re in someone else’s house and it’s being served to you, you have no choice but to eat it. Imagine my surprise when after I took my first spoonful, I actually loved it. When I got curious and finally relented, my friend told me it was a recipe by her grandmother – her famous traditional pumpkin pie.
Photo courtesy of Shockingly Delicious. Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury.
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Quick Tip: Leftover pumpkin pie can be stored in the fridge for up to four days.