1 fvrier 2015

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TAGS:  BAKING BIBLE   pecan   chocolate       LABELS: Alpha Bakers 

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Patricia Reitz   2017-01-07

I love chocolate and caramel together.... and I have a huge sweet tooth, but this pie looks a little too sweet for me. Glad I didn't make it. Stunning photos, as usual!!!

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thanks Patricia.

Vicki   2017-01-07

Those boys must think they've struck gold having you for a neighbor! Your pie looks perfect. The chocolate was a little strong for me, too, which surprised me. I would have preferred saving some of the filling and pouring it over the top. Loved that stuff.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

The neighbour boys call me Aunt Kimmie.

Milagritos   2017-01-07

What a lovely photo with all those forks resting gracefully around the pie. I'm so glad everyone loved it. Not a huge fan of caramel/chocolate combination either but I know many people who are. The pecan filling was great, wasn't it?

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

That pecan filling was something to remember. Thanks for the comments on the photo. Appreciate it.

evilcakelady   2017-01-07

i think she was going for a pie that echoed those turtle candies--the pecans covered in caramel and then chocolate. when i made this pie the first time with the beta bakers i didn't care much for it but this time i loved it! good thing your neighbors were willing to take it off your hands.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Good thing about my neighbours. And I've been asking around about the reference to "turtle" and I think you're right about it. I've just never had the turtle candy, so I didn't make the connection. I really should taste them one day.

orin   2017-01-07

I love making pie crust by hand too, but found that I get same flakiness when i use the food processor, and its faster... ( or i am just lazy) for my surprise the pie wasn't overly sweet and we had room for another slice, which very rare when consuming this type of dessert, I am sorry you didn't like it after all that hard work.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

My food processor is old and the blade probably isn't sharp anymore. So I probably overdo the pastry and that's my problem.

Michele   2017-01-07

Looks great! There's no such thing as "too sweet" for my husband, but I have to take a break from Alpha Baking this week. I prefer less sugar every year, it seems. Your kitchen is a beautiful photo set!!

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

My kitchen. Yes, it turned out to be a wonderful photo studio, but I didn't plan it that way.

Rachel Rottersman   2017-01-07

I was surprised by how fast the eggs cooked, too. I was waiting, and waiting, and pouf! had to pull the filling off quickfast before I had sugary scrambled eggs.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

I know what you mean about the eggs. I think it was the sugar that lowered the cookie temp of the eggs. I'm happy that I took every precaution, or I too would have had a scrambely mess.

Rachel Rottersman   2017-01-07

I was surprised by how fast the eggs cooked, too. I was waiting, and waiting, and pouf! had to pull the filling off quickfast before I had sugary scrambled eggs.

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

I bet it was the sugar that made the eggs cook so fast. Thanks for stopping by.

Catherine   2017-01-07

Luscious picture with the forks. This was very sweet but I somehow managed to eat quite a lot :)

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Hi CAtherine, I gave mine away to the neighbour boys who thought it was the perfect pie. Never too sweet for them.

Tony Bridges   2017-01-07

Beautiful Kim! Love the pictures and post!

Kimberlie 2017-01-07

Thanks Tony. You're beautiful too! Or did you mean the cake is beautiful? Just kidding. (I know what you meant)

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