Yes, Salted Caramel Apple Pie. The husband baked this pie, and it turned out DELICIOUS (although I could only sneak a tiny bite of the filling, I’m going to force him to make it gluten-free next year!)
Daniel used the “Rich Tart Crust” recipe from the Essentials of Baking cookbook.
The caramel sauce in action:
After drooling over the pie pictures, it’s time for a quick Thanksgiving recap: Thanksgiving was a blast! It was quite busy, but I’m VERY thankful that both of our families still live in Louisville (although my dad and sister live out in Cali, and my other sister is in NC…) Louisville is a good meeting place for everyone!
We ran the annual Northeast YMCA Turkey Trot, I think this was my 5th year participating! I love getting out for a run on Thanksgiving morning, and having family and friends who also participate is always a blast! ALL of Daniel’s siblings and their spouses came out to run!
My right leg has been bothering me for a little while, if you follow me on “DailyMile“, I found out that I tweaked my right hamstring somehow. During the race on Thursday, I was aiming to go sub 7:45/mile, which is what I did. However, I did have to stop twice during the race to stretch out the “weird” feeling in my right hamstring. Anyways- I finished in 45 minutes (my watch time) and ended up placing 4th in my age group! Good way to start off a Thanksgiving celebration!
Anyways- as I posted in Trial Thanksgiving– I did make some changes to the sweet potato casserole and it turned out quite delicious- although I was told that it was a little too “sweet and spiced” for a sweet potato casserole. Oh well, it still tasted good to me!
OK, now go make this Salted Caramel Apple Pie.