Grandmother's Pecan Pie

My Grandmother use to make this pie every Thanksgiving and Christmas. She would shell her own pecans, and later in her life she wouldn't get all the shells out sooo....when eating you chewed carefully because you didn't want to break a tooth. Bless her heart; she loved to make them for us.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Melt butter.
  • Mix eggs with corn syrup, vanilla, sugar, and melted butter.
  • Add pecans to mixture.
  • Pour into two 8 inch pie shells.
  • Bake for 50 minutes or until a knife inserted comes out clean.
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"My Grandmother use to make this pie every Thanksgiving and Christmas. She would shell her own pecans, and later in her life she wouldn't get all the shells out sooo....when eating you chewed carefully because you didn't want to break a tooth. Bless her heart; she loved to make them for us."
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  1. Douglas Poe
    My Grandmother use to make this pie every Thanksgiving and Christmas. She would shell her own pecans, and later in her life she wouldn't get all the shells out sooo....when eating you chewed carefully because you didn't want to break a tooth. Bless her heart; she loved to make them for us.
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