Saturday, September 6, 2014

Pig Eating Pumpkins!!!

Did you see the news??? Apparently there's a new variety of pumpkin that was crossed with a Venus Fly Trap plant and it likes pork!!!
 I can't help but think if Earl lost a few pounds he might run a little faster... I'm just sayin'...
 Don't worry, I saved his, um... bacon, and then got out my pie plate:@)

My son grew pumpkins this year and this one is from his garden.
He asked me to roast it and make pie, thought I'd have a little fun first... 
Stay tuned for a new pie.

Have a happy day!

21 comments:

  1. Sorry for deleting my first comment -> spelling errors! This is so so funny, it made me laugh, your text, the pumpkin thinking "tastes like bacon" and that poor Earl's eyes, LOL!!! Have a very nice Sunday x

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  2. Isn't it fun to play with food! Enjoy that pie.

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  3. I needed a chuckle this evening, thanks Lynn and Earl. Can't wait for some pumpkin pie goodness

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  4. Thank goodness you saved poor Earl! It would not be the same around here without him!

    Can't wait to see the recipe, Lynn!

    xo

    Sheila :-)

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  5. I'm glad to hear that you saved Earl. I was just going to report you to the Pig Rescuer Association!!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  6. Glad to know Earl is ok and the pumpkin got its just desserts

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  7. So cute, Lynn! My mother-in-law used to buy pumpkins and roast the "meat," then freeze it for pies. It was good! She also made sweet potato pie, which I have done as well. When I made sweet potato pie I used the same pumpkin pie recipe and just subbed the sweet potatoes. Enjoy your pie, Lynn!

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  8. That is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cute.

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  9. OMG...you are so funny!!!

    If I missed some posts...please know I'm back and looking for some good football season goodies! :)

    Jane xx

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  10. Wow, what a pumpkin that your son grew! I love that you had some fun with Earl before Turing that pumpkin into pie filling.
    Happy football watching, Lynn. My son is so excited!!

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  11. Oh no! Poor Earl! Great pumpkin!! I would love to have a backyard full this time of year~ does it make a lot of difference in the taste of your pie, because it sure is a lot of trouble to use fresh pumpkin...? Looking forward to the pie~
    Jenna

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  12. Everything tastes better with a little added bacon!

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  13. Very creative : ) I hope to freeze some pumpkin this year. It will be a first. Normally they just rot on the porch.

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  14. Too cute! You are so much fun!!!

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  15. This made me laugh, Lynn! I love pumpkin and always look forward to this time of the year when it is "pumpkin everything"!

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  16. Thanks for the chuckles Lynn! Love Earl's expression and your pumpkin's face too :) Bring on the pumpkins!

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