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Postby Virginia » Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:41 pm

Jumbo Pink Banana Squash Pie

Fresh from the oven.
One Pie

Two Pies

Two pies from one small Jumbo Pink Banana Squash.

Peeled and seeded (saved seeds for next year) squash, cubed, boiled until tender, drained, mashed and cooked dry--being very careful so it didn't burn.

Took 2 cups of pumpkin added pinch a of salt, a cup of sugar, a dash of cinnamon, 4 eggs and stirred it all together in a bowl. Poured it into a prepared pie crust (mine was homemade) and baked it at 400 degrees F for about an hour.

Repeated the procedure for the second pie.

Hurry over and enjoy some with us. You better really hurry because Sonny has already demolished one and they aren't even cold yet!!!!!

Hope you like. Thanks; Virginia

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Postby SONNY » Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:48 pm

UUUUrrrrpppp!!!!! good stuff !!----1 down 1 to go!---cant beat homemade pie!! thanks; sonny

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Postby Mr E » Mon Jan 26, 2009 10:38 pm

My Granny used to make squash pie using Yellow Crook-Neck squash when I was a kid. Good stuff !!
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