Pecan Pie

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Pecan Pie

1 9-inch pie crust

1 cup Karo corn syrup (light or dark)

3 eggs

1 cup granulated sugar

2 tablespoons melted butter

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 1/2 cup halved pecans

Mix corn syrup, eggs, sugar, butter and vanilla together. Add pecans, stir to fully incorporate. Pour into prepared pie pan. Bake for 55-60 minutes at 350 degrees.

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  1. I enjoyed all your great recipes. You are a great cook and should have your own show. Oh, do you actually bake everything you post? I’m guessing yes, but just wondering.
    I also admired your courage about your cancer, and what it did to you. I am a brain tumor patient (It’s an inoperable low-grade glioma, located in my left cerebellum, pons, peduncle and medulla. It is slow-growing, and that’s a plus. But like Ted Kennedy’s it could change any day, and become high-grade.) and was diagnosed 7 years ago. I’ve had stereotaxic surgery with regards to my biopsy, and what seems like hundred of MRI’s. I am being treated by Doctors from the University of Colorado Medical School/Hospital at the Denver VA Hospital (The VA’s major hospitals throughout the country work in affiliation with major university medical schools and hospitals. The VA provides the patients, and the universities provide the doctors, and their residents get to learn a lot. I think it is a great system myself.) and travel there regularly from Sheridan Wyoming, a mere 430 miles away. (This is the wild west, so 430 miles is like being next’s door.) I always fly there, so it isn’t too bad. Next Monday I fly down to see a neuro-ophthalmologist (Didn’t even know they had a doc like that?) regarding double-vision, or in doc speak, diplopia. It is one of the symptoms of the location of my BT or the BT itself. Some Dr. Bennett is suppose to be a genius in this field, so I get to visit him at University of Colorado Hospital.
    Enough about me, but except for a few folks I met at Braintumor thurday on twitter, and they are all friends of patients or friends of those who died from BTs, there isn’t much of any support groups around, especially here in Wyoming.
    I wish you the best in your recovery, and I hope and pray that you will have a long and productive life. How else will I get all these wonderful recipes? Imagine if we could get all the worlds leaders and people around a table of your great recipes And food, and solve all our problems? Well, it doesn’t hurt to dream.
    I loved your posts about dating men and woman who read. I read everyday, and I’ve lived by Gandhi’s saying, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” for a while now.
    “Nothing ventured, nothing gained, be not afraid to try, so dream big dreams, reach for the stars, and set your standards high.”
    Take care and chat soon.
    Best wishes always,
    Bill Harasym

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