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Re:Pumpkin Pie with a Leafy Rim

I ended up baking two pies the night before Thanksgiving. The second pie was started a bit later than the first. I blind baked the first pie's crust as instructed, even though it seemed like an inordinate amount of time to blind bake any crust. With the second pie, I stopped blind baking the crust after 10 minutes, filled it, and baked it with the first pie.The first pie with the 30-minute blind-baked crust was as I feared; the crust was too hard under the custard, and it was difficult to get one's fork through the shell. The second pie came out perfectly; the crust was easy to eat and lovely. The ingredients for the crust were great, but the handling instructions are off.The custard was quite yummy. I would like to try this with half & half next time though, just to ease up on the calories in the recipe.

Posted: 11:52 am on November 23rd 2012