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Organized by spring, summer, fall and winter, this collection includes 36 months of Chris' recipes from Pittsburgh Magazine as well as many of his personal reflections.
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SWEET POTATO PIE

From: Julia M. Smith, Mellon Institutional Banking
Primary category: Desserts

From the cookbook: Down Home Cooking   


Ingredients:
4 or 5 medium size sweet potatoes (YAM)
1 Cup butter
1-1/2 or 2 Cups sugar
1 Teaspoon nutmeg
1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 Teaspoon Vanilla (or 1/4)
4 Eggs
1/3 Cup evaporated milk
Directions:
Boil the Yams until very soft. Then mash the potato while it is not so that the butter will melt. Stir in the sugar then put in the nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla. Beat in the eggs. Then beat in the can milk. You can use frozen pie shells for the store or you can make your own. Put the yams mixer into the pie shells. Set the temperature to 450 degrees and bake for 10 minutes. Then change temperature to 350 degrees and bake for 45 minutes. Take out of the oven to cool for about 30 minutes.

Pie is great to eat cold or hot.

ingredients(s): sweet potato, nutmeg, cinnamon, evaporated milk,

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