Mouthwatering Pumpkin Pecan Pie
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"This fall season you can enjoy this pumpkin pecan pie recipe. It is an old favorite with the second oldest favorite pecan pie. So when you make this mouthwatering dessert you will have the best of both worlds. For those that enjoy both types of pie, they won’t have to have a piece of each but rather one larger piece of one. What is the History of Pecan Pie? Pecans originate from the southern part of the United States. Native Americans used pecans in their everyday baking/cookiing more than 8,000 years ago which seems unbelievable when you think about it. Georgia is the leading business cultivator of the famous pecans in the United States. Pecans are grown along with areas that are Mississippi river watered and go a little to the east just over the Alabama border. Not too long after the Civil War, developers decided to bring in a mix of pecans to grow. During the mid to late 1800s, grafted pecan trees became prevalent in Louisiana. "
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