24 November 2010

apple pie

overheard in the produce aisle: "i love apple pie! i could even eat it for breakfast!" i chuckle - because i have done just that!

15 comments:

Naturedigital said...

It looks tempting. I could do it also I think.
Costas

Cherie Blessing said...

My mama and brother agree!

Tяainwяeck Tяagedy said...

Apple pie is one of my absolute Thanksgiving favorites. I hope you have a fantabulous holiday! :)

Luna said...

I'm re-reading Jack Kerouac's novel On The Road, and his protagonist ate apple pie and ice cream every morning during on of his road trips because 'it was so delicious and nutritious' :)
Happy Thanksgiving!

Aurelia said...

Oooo now that's a great idea! I think I could do that quite easily too :)

Suz said...

now that's a pie!

Blissed-Out Grandma said...

Everyone should eat apple pie for breakfast at least once in a while!

Tabor said...

I usually eat pie for breakfast. I don't make them often because there are just the two of us...but that also means we have to eat it for breakfast!

Star said...

Apple pie with ice cream can be a complete meal: fruit (apples), carbohydrates (flour), proteins (nuts), sugar (well, sugar, but your brain needs it to think), and dairy (ice cream)...if you leave the peels on the apples, can we call the peels vegetables? [grin]

Kelly Jeanette said...

Had to laugh. I am just getting caught up on my reads and saw this. I did have apple pie for breakfast-with cool whip! Happy Thanksgiving.

Nora said...

I should be so lucky!

~she~ said...

LOVE the pic!

Catherine Grace Life Photography said...

I totally ate apple pie for breakfast. And I had a smile on my face the entire time! So dang yum!

Anonymous said...

We call apple pie "fat pie" in our family and our eldest daughter makes it cause her pastry is sooo good!And she always sprinkles in too much cinnamon...we tell her not to worry, it will be just fine. And,I confess, we eat it anytime.
I really like your blog, especially your beautiful pictures of the New England landscape.

chris said...

very kind word, Anonymous. i will recall your family's apple pie nickname every time i make it now! this year i began using cinnamon from vietnam - what a difference it makes!!