It's that time of the year....

It's that time of the year....

Monday, April 14, 2014

Two pies later…

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I was wrapping this pie to take over to my neighbors.  I kept the other pie and took half of it to my daughter this morning.

I have been busy today.  Lots of errands to run and then laundry to do when I got home.

It is winter again with snow flurries this afternoon and to be in the mid 20s tonight.  I do know though that spring really is here and I did see one tree with buds on it this morning.  I haven’t seen any other signs of spring except for the birds I have in  my front yard; blue jays, cardinals, woodpeckers, sparrows and of course the crows.  The grass  is greening up a bit too.

I hope you all have a good week.  Stay safe and be happy!!

Beth

31 comments:

  1. Beth, Your neighbors are going to love you. That is a beautiful pie. Yes, we are getting chillier here too. Hope it goes away tomorrow. Be careful out on the roads. xoxo,Susie

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  2. I bet your neighbors were so excited, my favorite pie in the whole world Coconut Cream pie Yous Beth looks incredible.
    I am so sorry you are going to have cold weather again. I am glad though you have had a few days of warm. I hope it passes by quickly.

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  3. A storm blew through here and brought some cold with it, just a little while ago. *sigh

    Great looking pie! Not nice to show me that when I'm this hungry. LOL!

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  4. we're getting down to freezing tonight in ne tx, too. weird.

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  5. Hi Beth, Pie looks good. Hope weather improves for you soon. It is a bit chilly here but sunny and the birds and flowers etc sure bring a smile to my face. Hugs Nita

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  6. Hi Beth,
    Your Coconut Cream Pie looks deicious. Your neighberos and your daughter must be absolutely thrilled to receive such yumminess.

    I was out in the garden today. Here in PA there are shimmering signs of Spring but, it is suppose to go below freezing tomorrow night. I don't know why Mother Nature is so angry this year:) Thanks for sharing, Beth...

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  7. We are in for ice storm or freezing rain.

    You take care. Only one piece lady. Calories , Like 400 cal for that kind of pie . I know pies are high calories. .Lots of calories. That was my fav my daughter used to make it for me. Now I cannot have even have a smedge.

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  8. After seeing these pies, I know for sure I am making them for Easter! It is snowing here right now. The ground is almost covered. EESH!

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  9. What do you mean you took it to your neighbors'? Didn't they notice the swath down the middle left by my tongue?
    You really have to stop this, Beth. I am getting sugar cravings like mad!

    The forecast here is heavy rains and bad storms beginning tonight and all through tomorrow and tomorrow night.......then again, you know my local forecasters ;)

    Xoxoxo
    Xoxoxo

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  10. the pie looks awesome!! and YaY for green grass and buds!!

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  11. Looks so, soooooo, sooo good . . . I'd say keep making your yummy pies, and keep eating them too! They'll keep you warm during our predicted freezing temps! Gosh oh golly I wish it would warm up!

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  12. the pie looks delicious. I figured ya'll were alot colder today. It's expected in here tomorrow. Everytime we get another round I pray it's the last one. Blessings, xo

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  13. That pie looks delicious!!!! You are such a good baker and neighbor, Beth. Hope you have a good night- It is cold and snowy here, too. Awful weather- xo Diana

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  14. Oh-My-Goodness!!! That pie look sooo good!!!! Thank you for sharing your recipe! My family loved coconut cream pie! Great idea for Spring!!! Love it Beth!

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  15. Cold here too Beth. No snow here but they did get some in SE MN.
    The pie looks delish.

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  16. Won't you be my neighbor? I couldn't take my eyes off your pie!!!!

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  17. Beth, too bad we didn't live closer, that pie looks amazing! :)

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  18. Blessed neighbor! This weather snap back to winter will be nothing but a little blip. It is actually much too warm, much too fast for me with temps reaching the low 80s in some parts of the state. It'll all bottom out tomorrow.

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  19. Wonderful neighbor you are, Beth! The pie looks delicious! Winter just won't quit, will it? xo Nellie

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  20. Pie looks great! Feel lie eating. I would have got it if i am your neighbor!

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  21. Oh Beth have I ever told you how much I would love to live near you? Pie oh you always have me drooling. HUG B

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  22. Delicious! Would love some of the pie. Enjoyed the recipe also. My mother loves coconut cream pie. AND I love that author also!!!! Enjoy your Easter Beth!

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  23. Looks so yummy. I haven't had pie in ages..the crust does not agree with me..anyway..great job on it. We had barely an inch of snow but now everything is WHITE..my piles of raked leaves and pinecones all covered.. I am disliking this white stuff a lot.. seems it really DOES want to hang on until MAY. Prayers for you always, Xoxo

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  24. The pie looks delicious!
    We had snow yesterday and last night. We got about an inch, and it is icy now.
    Stay safe!

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  25. That looks a delicious pie, and I bet it tastes so. That is kind of you to share.
    You have made me rather hungry when it's now nearly bedtime at 10.46pm down here.

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  26. That pie looks so delicious. I have lots of errands, too but I'm going to hold off until tomorrow. We're getting slammed with rain where I am, but it's better than snow... :)

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  27. I think Spring is on holidays in Spain, Beth, that's why you have snow and winter again :)
    This morning I have been buying some flowers at the near garden center. I have bought 8 pots of petunias and two lilacs (you know, lilacs here are already in bloom and they smell... wonderful!) . While we were walking among the flowers we were sweating! We had a temperature of 25º C. And the next days will be worst, I'm afraid. Well, Holy Week is a very special week in Spain and people don't want to hear about rain at all, they prefer to have hot and good weather to stay out of home all day long.
    This pie looks fantastic, Beth!
    Enjoy this day despite the bad weather.

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