After all, as any good foodie knows, it’s all about the food.
To kickstart the series, Senior Editor Stephanie Smith provides us with three easy (as well as beautiful and delicious) ways to improve a store bought pie for Thanksgiving that is sure to these desserts to the next level.
A few of my own personal tips from my pre-Gluten Free days:
- Most delis have great pies, but before you serve a particular store’s pie for a special day, test it out for yourself. Just because Store X makes great doughnuts doesn’t mean they necessarily know their way around a pumpkin pie.
- If the tin pan bothers you, sit it inside a towel-lined glass dish. Use a colorful, festive towel and no one will be the wiser – as long as you don’t have Nosy Parkers around while you’re slicing!
- If, like me, you actually love making your own pie crusts and pies. However, if you’re like me, you are also human… on most days…. so mistakes happen. On Thanksgiving it’s a brilliant idea to have at least one deli pumpkin or pecan pie on hand. You know… just in case.
Another wonderful video (and talk about timely) from Yahoo Food is How to Make Delicious Gluten Free Stuffing. I can’t wait to try this one out. If time is of the utmost importance (and when is it not?), you’ll also like 10 Microwave Hacks to Help with Thanksgiving Dinner!
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