Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Sweet Potato Pie with Black Walnuts


The DH recently made a sweet potato pie. It tastes very much like pumpkin pie. I think most people wouldn't know the difference. He topped it with a sprinkling of black walnuts. They are strong flavored, and I like them!


I send to you wishes for happy holidays, with interesting and adventurous food treats. :-) Or your favorite traditional ones, whatever you desire. I'll be taking a few days off. I'll be back to writing shortly after Christmas. Cheers!

11 comments:

Angela McRae said...

Wow, your DH really is a D! That looks quite tasty and pretty as well. (And thanks for the wonderful Christmas card! It was so meaningful, it actually shot to the top of my list of favorite "gifts" so far this year!)

La Tea Dah said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours, Steph! I hope your holiday is blessed by relaxation and many cups of tea --- wonderful times with loved ones --- and renewal as you face the New Year!

Happy Holidays!
LaTeaDah

PS: Your sweet potato pie looks great!

VeeTea said...

Looks delicious! I love sweet potatoes. Happy Holidays to you (and your DH)!

parTea lady said...

That sweet potato pie looks really good. I like to try at least a couple of new recipes to go along with the traditional dishes.

Enjoy your days off and have a wonderful holiday.

Linda J. said...

Beautiful pie!! Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas!

Brittiny said...

Happy Holidays to you, as well!

Yay, pie!!

Get Natured said...

Happy holidays, enjoy your time off!

Marilyn said...

Beautiful pie~
Your DH did a wonderful job.

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and
Happy New Year to you!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Oooo, does this ever look good & I do prefer sweet potatoes & blck walnuts toasted are my all time favorite.
Steph, I hope you have a glorious holyday with your family.
Blessings to all!

Hootie said...

Merry Christmas, Steph and Happy New Year! I wish our paths crossed a bit so I could give you a great big hug in person!

All my best-

Lisa :)

Rosemary said...

Merry Christmas Steph! and Happy New Year, too!
Nancy