Friday, November 24, 2006

Happy Thanksgiving!


Kabocha Pumpkin Pie

Absolutely no energy left for Thanksgiving dinner project this year. You know why.
And I'm going to be in my hometown this weekend, helping mom with some kind of tea ceremony event there. I'm leaving early tomorrow morning.
So, this was all I could do for Thanksgiving 2006. At least I baked this myself (after I came back from shooting photos of a steam locomotive) today.



Have a nice weekend! :D


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11 comments:

Anonymous said...

your pie looks great, did you make the crust too?

Happy Thanksgiving!

Agnes Tan said...

Happy Thanksgiving & have a great weekend too...

June said...

Obachan (aka Smiley Face)

I'm dying from curiosity. Please give us some small hint of your background. I'm pretty sure you're Japanese/Japanese, but I get a very USA vibe from your writing. Especially Thanksgiving?! Did your family live in the states? Were you an exchange student or college student? PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE! Just a little scrap of info.

Chubbypanda said...

Happy Turkey Day! (Even if I'm a little late.)

- Chubbypanda

Anonymous said...

That's a pre-made crust, isn't it? Those are perfectly fluted edges.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pie!! Your creations are all so good to look at.

Sue said...

It's a good looking pie. Looks sweet too.

Alicat said...

hey obachan!!! :) how are you?


I just noticed that you have my old, soon-to-be deleted blog url in your sidebar.

the new url is:

http://www.somethingsoclever.com

:)

obachan said...

k & s
Nope. The crust is store-bought. :P
Hope you had a happy thanksgiving weekend.

agnes tan
Thanks. My weekend was pretty stormy ;)
Hope you had a good one.

june
Well, I have lived in the U.S. for about 4 years in total. It was more than 10 years ago, so my English has turned into Engrish now, and I don’t think I have such a strong Southern accent any more (but some people still do notice it.)

chubbypanda
Happy Thanksgiving. Did you eat turkey?

shari
Yep! It’s a pre-made one. All I did was making the filling out of kabocha (imported from NZ) and whipping the cream. It didn’t take long.

diary of kay el
Wow, thank you. Sometimes they are good to eat, too. (Not always) ;)

sue
Yeah, it was sweet, but not too sweet.

alicat
Hi! So nice to hear from you. Sorry I haven’t been to your site for a long time.
Thanks for the new URL. I just saw your turkey and the stuffing. Boy, they look soooo good. Congrat on your great success! :D

Lannae said...

Happy Thanksgiving! Wow, that looks like a really great pumpkin pie! Ship it to my house!

obachan said...

Hi! I saw your thanksgiving posts and my room was flooded with my drool! :D I wish I were there to enjoy the great feast.