Mmm Pie

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And voila! One cooked, brilliantly smelling pumpkin pie. The tasting is yet to come.

* 3:05pm Oh yeah, I can cook! Tastes superb!

4 Comments

  1. melinda said:

    mmm.. it tasted great Bec-now can you pull it off a second time and impress the guests? I’m sure you can . Brings back nice fuzzy memories of thanksgivings int he Sols-and I always thougt those Americans were so clever making this.
    PS are you going to make Geoff and the others dress up as pilgrims ?!

    November 20, 2006
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  2. said:

    Oh, what a glorious pie! Beautiful, intelligent, and I’m yet to have seen any evidence to say that she’s anything other than a wonderful cook! It doesn’t get much better than that! I’m proud of you babe 😛

    And Melinda – there’s a simple answer. No

    November 20, 2006
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  3. […] Since then, I have consumed a few watered down glasses of cordial, a couple of slices of toast with a bit of vegemite and some stewed apple.  I saw the doctor yesterday and he ran some tests.  He reckons that I’ve got a rare type of food poisioning – more specifically chronotrianic cucurbitis.  Apparently, only 2.4% of the population are susceptible to it.  It strikes you down after about three days after eating bad pumpkin!  As you can imagine, aside from the severe abdominal pain and vomiting, I find this extremely amusing.  The doctor also warned me that one of the side effects of the illness is inventing fake diseases to tease your friends and their cooking… but I don’t seem to have experienced any of that yet.  If I start italicising nonsensical words that are meant to sound like they’re latin, that’d probably be a warning sign. […]

    December 1, 2006
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