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FlavorUpdated 12:00 a.m., Thu December 5, 2013
Pumpkin Eggnog Custard Pie combines two delicious holiday traditions into one distinctive dessert. For an even richer treat, serve this pie alongside a goblet of traditional creamy eggnog.
A holiday tradition
Thanksgiving Day is the unofficial beginning of a luxurious four- to five-week stretch known as the “holidays” — that time when many of even the most indulgent behaviors are dismissed with an offhanded “Oh, it’s the holidays.” Second helpings are second nature; desserts are decidedly decadent. All that may explain why December is National Eggnog Month. The creamy, rich, spiced and often alcohol-spiked drink is widely thought of as a hol... READ MORE
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