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These cookies started with my brother's mother-in-law, in New Orleans. Since the cookies did not have a name, I started calling them NOLA's and they are a huge request with my family and friends.
This is a delicious gluten-free pie that was very popular at the restaurant I owned.
One of my co-workers would bring this to our office get- togethers and everyone loved it.
Our youngest son was allergic to flour when a little guy. He was hospitalized, in fact. So this cookie was a lifesaver. Now they do have other things on the shelves.
A co-worker brought this to a function years ago and everyone loved it. I have made this recipe often ever since.
In October 2013 my Dad was celebrating his 91st birthday. It was just gonna be us two for the second year since my mom passed. I went all out with steak, baked potato and creamed peas, and one of the few desserts he would still ask for was pecan pie. I used my mom's recipe that was always the best ...
My mother made this often for dessert when I was growing up. She would top it with a bit of whipped cream.
We had this frequently through the "war years." We also took it on picnics and made it for dessert at church funerals.
This recipe is a favorite because of the old fashioned richness. My sister, who is 15 years older than I am, felt that when I got married I was "grown enough" to have this recipe.
For something novel, this recipe for pretzels would fit the bill. Grandkids would love to make them.
We make these every Thanksgiving for dessert in lieu of pumpkin pie. Easy and even more delicious in my humble opinion!
This will be one of the pies I will make for Thanksgiving, as it has pumpkin in it. Yum.