Southern Hospitality

24 Jul

We have experienced our first taste of Southern hospitality. Harry had cut the neighbor’s grass when he cut ours. She offered to pay him but he had declined. The riding mower is still  a treat so I’m sure he had fun cutting another large lot. She wanted to show her appreciation so she had a friend bake a coconut cream pie and brought it over day before yesterday. It was in a ceramic pie plate with 2 inches of perfectly browned meringue on top.. I didn’t know people still baked pies like that and in 110 degree weather as well. Southern Living magazine would approve.

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2 Responses to “Southern Hospitality”

  1. Nancy July 24, 2012 at 9:21 AM #

    Yummy Yummy Yummy.
    I’m glad it didn’t melt in the 110 degree heat. Are you getting any relief? Movie theater? Dinner out? The library?

  2. sam8371 July 24, 2012 at 10:57 AM #

    Pie baking in hot weather is generous hospitality! Hope the heat (and the chaos) ease up soon.

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