Pecan Pie Day
July 12, 2011 by staff
Pecan Pie Day, Pecan pie. Pecan pie is one of my favorite desserts around the world. That s “why I am so excited that Tuesday is the National Pecan Pie Day. There are other days throughout the year nut. April is National Pecan Month, with April 14 National Pecan Day. June 23 is National Pecan Sandies Day. August 20 is National Pecan Chocolate Pie Day, and August 22 is National Day of pecan pie. September 21 is National Day of Pecan cookies.
But nothing is as important, or tasty as the National Pecan Day. I do not know when I started to love pecan pie, but has been a favorite of mine for a long time.
Every time I went to visit my grandmother, she had a pecan pie in the oven for me when I got there. Sometimes I wonder who comes up with the holidays of particular day. As more food festivals, there is much to be at the origin of the feast. Pecans, however, can be dated to the 16th century. That were previously consumed and marketed by Native Americans. Nuts first Europeans found in Mexico, Louisiana and, of course, Texas.
In honor of pecan pie and my grandmother, I would like to share a recipe for pecan pie. I would like to share the recipe, but she knew all of her recipes by heart. So instead here is a recipe from AllRecipes.com. A whip up this week and enjoy!
1 (9 inch) pie shell
3 / 4 cup white sugar
3 / 4 cup corn syrup
3 eggs, beaten
1-teaspoon vanilla extract
1 pinch salt
1 cup chopped walnuts
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Prick pastry shell in several places with a fork and bake in preheated oven for 5 minutes. Remove and let cool.
In a large bowl, combine sugar, corn syrup, eggs, vanilla, salt and nuts. Mix well and pour into crust.
Bake in preheated oven for 45 minutes. Check after 30 minutes if crust is getting too brown, cover edges with foil.
When done, cake will be a little loose in the center, but is set as it cools, do not overbake.
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