Pudding Pie for Thanksgiving

Pleased to announce that my How to Celebrate Everything video series continues with, naturally, Chocolate Pudding Pie. I’ve been on the road hawking my book this month, and I’ve had a lot of fun reading the section about a pie throw-down my family had at Thanksgiving a few years ago. (Book owners: page 46). It’s one of my favorites, as is this recipe. Reminder: There is an entire chapter devoted to Thanksgiving including a section on Turkey for beginners (page 52) as well as a section called “How to Avoid Empty Celebration Syndrome” (Commonly known as ECS). You can be sure you’ll hear more on that as we ramp up to next Thursday. For now enjoy the video.

P.S. Click on the “video” tag to see the rest in the series. xo

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My 10 year old daughter made this last night and rocked it! The video is great…although she wanted to know why your counters weren’t covered in cornstarch like ours;) Thanks for teaching us to cook and love it!

Harly Golub

I attempted the graham cracker crust this evening and the sides didn’t hold their shape while baking. I added more graham cracker crumbs because it seemed as if there was too much butter. Instead of listing the number of graham crackers used can you provide a measurement for the amount of graham cracker crumbs for my next attempt?