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Old 11-24-2015, 01:03 PM   #21
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My son has the original first edition of JOC book that his father left when he died. I and I don't know of anyone here that doesn't love JOC.
Most of the recipes are fine in JoC but I don't have an updated edition. No way I'm going to cook a pork roast to 185 F...... I still remember the days of trichinosis.

My kids use the recipe for pumpkin pie that is on the Libby's label......I use the one in JoC and have been using it since the day I got the book.
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:09 PM   #22
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My son has the original first edition of JOC book that his father left when he died. I and I don't know of anyone here that doesn't love JOC.
Now you do I don't even have a copy.
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Old 11-24-2015, 01:40 PM   #23
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[QUOTE=GotGarlic;1445066]Now you do I don't even have a copy.[/QUOTE]

Oh my! A first for me.

Due to down sizing, I am down to just one cookbook. A very old Good Housekeeping cookbook. Once I realized I could look up any recipe on line, it made down sizing much easier. But I hated to give up my copy of Baking With Julia that she signed for me on the street.
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Off topic again, sorry, but...
I have a copy of the 1962 edition of Joy Of Cooking
A neighbor gave it to me, she knew I loved to work in the kitchen.
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Here we go!
Cross your fingers for me...
Definitely crossed. Lovely looking crust! Please report once it's cooked - I am considering the same pie and am not baking until tomorrow....
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Here we go!
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Looks delicious. Nice job on the crust.
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Old 11-24-2015, 04:22 PM   #28
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I'm also considering this with a pecan short cookie crumb crust - any thoughts about this recipe?

Cream Cheese Pumpkin Pie Recipe | Taste of Home
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Old 11-24-2015, 04:52 PM   #29
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Beautiful job on the crust. And the filling looks perfect. That crust is better than I can do. I take the easy way out with a fork. I have one of those deep pie plates with no rim to make that kind of edge. I hate it. I also have a regular Pyrex one with an edge. Of course my kids always want a deep dish pie. The dish with no edge.

My daughter asked me what I wanted for Christmas. Had no idea. I just started my list. A regular Pyrex pie plate with a lip. Second on the list. A serrated veggie peeler. I am so cheap to buy presents for.
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DagNabit!

It looked so pretty when I pulled it out
of the hot box, then...
it started to cool and CRACKED!!!
WHAT THE HECK?!
Just like Cheesecakes do... so,
I have a can of Reddi Wip at hand, it'll be fine.
It smells delish!
The WHOLE HOUSE smells lovely
of Apple and Pumpkin Pie
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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