So, this year for Thanksgiving me and my family decided to forgo tradition and infiltrate a friend's Thanksgiving celebrations. This meant less cooking, less arguing (yes, arguing - you cannot believe the level of discussion that goes on between my brothers regarding the amount of sides and the correct way to prepare a turkey) and a generally stress-free dinner.
We did bring a Turkey and two sides (simple vegetables) and I baked. Because I bake.
This time, I made not only an Apple Pie, but a Pumpkin Pie with Walnut Streusel topping. I've never made a Pumpkin Pie before and surprisingly enough - everyone loved it over the Apple Pie (I liked the latter better).
The recipe I found here on epicurious.com, but I added less sugar because I don't think that something with a streusel topping needs more sugar.
Personally, I thought the pie was too sweet, but the texture was velvety and rich while still being light.
I wish I had another picture to put up, one preferably of a slice, but the pie was devoured without much more than grunting noises from the pleased partakers. A success!