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Bourbon Pecan Pie

by Beskytt, published

Bourbon Pecan Pie by Beskytt Nov 14, 2012

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For those of us in the US, Thanksgiving is coming, and it's one of my favorite holidays.

Why, you ask?

Pie. Oh, do I ever dig on some pie.

Last year I made a few pies for people over here at MakerBot, but this year we're just way too big and awesome for one man to bake for. Thus, I figured I'd release the recipe for my favorite pie in the world, and the one I only get to make once or twice a year- bourbon pecan pie!

Just so you all know, you can feel free to replace bourbon with water if you don't like the taste, as the important thing is the pecans expanding. That said, most of the alcohol itself cooks out of the pie in the oven - so don't worry about getting tipsy from a slice!

If anyone's into it, it's sort of a commitment of a recipe, but boy is it worth it. Feel free to make it or derive, just keep any edits public! I'd love to hear if anyone adds it to their feast this year.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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This is a whole series of objects which needs no machine. At least one of those things has been featured, even. One could argue that it's on the ground that it's "crafty and scientifically/mathematically based", but what is baking except delicious chemistry?
 Still, Thingiverse is a place for digital files to make things using CNC, 3d printers, laser cutters. but hey if recipies are for thingiverse, im sure i can post several hundred..
All I need now is a CNC food processor/dough kneader!

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All of the ingredients and instructions are in the PDF, but let me know if there's something that needs explaining!

All I need now is a CNC food processor/dough kneader!
Your pie is Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike. So I have to put your name on each slice, can't sell pies I make, and I have to provide a copy of the pie recipe with each slice I share? ;P
Yes. Yes you do.
I made one similar with minced bacon in it as well...because as we all know bacon makes everything better.
Mmm, sounds good, but I worry that it'd confuse the palate!
I'm not sure that this....wait....Pecan pie!
..hmmmm.... piiieeee....
I do loves me some pie (PIE > cake) but I am not sure how this relates to Thingiverse and better yet how did you get this to save without a category as I do not see one?
I saved it under the "Other" category.

As for it relating to Thingiverse - this is a thing that I made from a recipe I developed with the help of my father. I did it myself, from scratch. I don't see how it doesn't relate to Thingiverse!
If you add more bourbon (which I love)  what will change besides taste?  Will it effect the cooking time or the texture?
 Don't take me wrong I am not busting your hump cause the pie looks very delicious I am just wondering what fits here and not for my own uploads. :)
Well, it is a Digital representation of a Physical object, and you can make a copy from its instructions, so I think it fits. And now I need some pie.
 Still, Thingiverse is a place for digital files to make things using CNC, 3d printers, laser cutters. but hey if recipies are for thingiverse, im sure i can post several hundred..
thingiverse.com/search?q=papercraft

This is a whole series of objects which needs no machine. At least one of those things has been featured, even. One could argue that it's on the ground that it's "crafty and scientifically/mathematically based", but what is baking except delicious chemistry?
Sure, it's not 3D printable (yet), so it's a little unusual for Thingiverse, but a recipe falls under "Digital designs for real, physical objects". And pie is tasty, so I'm for it.
Precisely! I've seen things that have been laser-cuttable and paper-foldable, so why wouldn't delicious-bakeable apply?
If you add more bourbon (which I love)  what will change besides taste?  Will it effect the cooking time or the texture?
Is that... a laser etched pie pan?  Does it emboss the writing on the bottom of the pie?  :)
Yes, it's laser etched, but sadly it does not write on the pie.
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