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Faye, that pie sounds wonderful,wish I was coming to Sunday dinner. (smile). Will definitely have to give this one a try. I love coconut, canned, frozen, fresh, and any way you fix it. Have a blessed SundayAngela
That pie is called "impossible" because it looks and probably tastes impossibly delicious ;) :) :)Oh, I really like the vintage repro tins with the flour, coffee, sugar and tea on them. I have some vintage repro tins like that, too. They're not in the same style. They're different, but still cute :)Have a good weekend :) love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)
Love your pantry with all the tins and jars ! Pie looks good when dinner ? Is that your church you go to , oh my it is a lovely little church. Have a wonderful day !
Can you come and organize my pantry? :-) I love the Impossible Pies and the coconut is one of my family's favorites. So good and not a lot of work! Enjoy your Sunday!
Faith From Crochet by the Sea has commented..Oh Faye, you are just so special....I reallyenjoyed my time in the pantry with you, and what a wonderful looking pie...love that coconut...giving that a try.....Love looking at all the wonderful jars in your special pantry....it is cozy and welcoming...thank you,Faith
I have to make your "Impossible Pie", it sounds and looks fabulous!!! I love coconut and so does my hubby, so that sounds like a winner.I hope you and your family had a wonderful time in Church today, we did! I would love to know the kind of church that you go to. My hubby is a UPCI minister, he isn't pastoring right now...yet. We visited and he preached this morning at a church that is looking for a Pastor, God's will be done. Hugs, Cindy
I can almost smell that pie. My mouth is watering.... Maa
The pie looks yummy...I must try this one :) I love the guestroom in your previous post...you have decorated it so sweet.Hope your Lord's day was blessed.
That pie looks wonderful, I can see why it's called what it is! I must try this, thank you so much for sharing x
Well, Dang! I just got back on Operation Get Buff and then you whip out a pie! Now, I want pie. And yours looks spectacular! :)
2 gerat posts...Never tried imossible pie before, neat how it comes out,eh! The bedroom fix-up pics from the last post were nice too. TTYL
I love your pantry! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I definitely plan on making it. I love custard type pies. I'm glad you said I could leave out the coconut. I love coconut but Hubby won't eat it. I especially like the picture that shows the old cookbook where you got the recipe. I love old cookbooks. Enjoy your day and God bless.
I am going to try this pie....I love coconut! I will try to figure out how to adjust the flour since I don't buy self rising flour. :)
wow!! great pantry (really want one) and a great pie!! will be trying that one out! thanks for sharing xx
This looks delicious!! I have the same flour and sugar cans too! How neat!
Oh ive GOT TO make this now!!!
Hi Faye, Everyone should make your Impossible Pie. It is easy and soooo good! I have not made it in quite a few years but this has reminded me as to how much Jim likkes it!!! Wish I could have ridden along to the farm with you and Terry. I would have been so happy. The spring water must be an enormous treat. Nice doggie for your family. This is the first I have heard about the dog. I must have missed a time or two. You take care of yourself and you are right - NO SNOW SHOES FOR YOU!!!!!!!! L...S...