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I am feeling quiet as I right this post. It's been an exhausting week, and I don't feel as wordy as usual at the moment. So, here's the basics:
- I'm absolutely happy to be almost completely unpacked in my new wonderful home. I moved last weekend, and I now live with two awesome housemates and their dog in their wonderful home. We share a HUGE beautiful kitchen, I have a wonderful room, and the rest of the house is a dream come true. I'm a lucky woman. Oh yeah, and they have chickens. YES! Expect photos sometime.
- I am thankful for my new home.
- I am thankful for sweet potatoes.
- This pie is tastes totally awesome (my new housemates agree) and you WILL want to make it for Thanksgiving dinner. Or for anything, really.
- You'll want to eat the whole pie.
- You should not feel guilty eating more than one slice, although eating the whole pie may be overkill.
- This is my first recipe submission for this month's SOS Kitchen Challenge (hosted by Ricki from Diet, Dessert, and Dogs and me). This month features sweet potatoes and has two great giveaways! Check out this post for all the details, read the SOS rules, and to enter a recipe of your own. You can peruse all the recipes at for this month's SOS Challenge in the Linky at the bottom of this post, and can enter a recipes there as well.
- Check out my Gluten-Free, Allergy-Friendly Thanksgiving Recipes post for more tasty recipe ideas for your holiday meal this Thursday.
- If you prefer a pumpkin pie, check out my recipe for Gluten-Free Vegan Pumpkin Pie with Crunchy Crust, which is very similar to this recipe and has the grandma seal of approval.
Okay, on to pie...
Happy Sunday. xo