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I made a Pecan Pie with my favorite table syrup today! It is Golden Eagle Table syrup. It is manufactured in Alabama! And I just love it with a butter biscuit. I enjoyed the pie, but I have to say I am partial to the darker syrup in my pecan pie. If you like the lighter syrup pie, then this pie is a sure hit!
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Hey yall!, it’s Tammy with Collard Valley Cooks! I am a southern girl born in raised in Collard Valley in Polk County Georgia. My entire (Benefield) family had around 150 acres and we mostly raised cattle. We raised our own corn for feed so it was field corn. We also raised our own hogs for sausage and bacon, and of course our own beef. We fed our bulls feed before sending them to the butcher so the meat would be delicious. Not sure why everyone wants grass fed beef and free-range chickens. They really do not taste as good as those fed with feed. We had a large family and when I was young all of daddy’s brothers and sisters lived in the valley around his parents. It was a great place to grow up with lots of things to see and do all around. Country people like us love the smell, beauty and fruit of the land. Daddy coon hunted for fun, and we watched our tv together in the living room at night while mama watched her soap operas during the day. We went to church on Sunday, school during the week, the grocery store on Friday’s and that was our life. No vacations, no camping, just plain old southern country people
GOLDEN EAGLE PECAN PIE
1/2 CUP SUGAR
3 TBSP BUTTER OR MARGARINE
3 EGGS
1/2 CUP GOLDEN EAGLE SYRUP
6 OZ. CHOPPED PECANS
1/4 TSP. SALT
1/2 TSP. SELF-RISING FLOUR
1 TSP. VANILLA
Melt butter in a microwavable bowl. Add sugar and whisk. Add eggs and whisk well. Add salt, syrup,vanilla, and flour and whisk. Put pecans in the bottom of a pre-baked pie shell (bake prior 10 minutes at 350 degrees) and pour syrup mixture over the top. Place pie in a 350 degree oven and bake for 40 minutes. Cover rim of pie with foil or pie shield and bake an additional 20 minutes.

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Comments

Yvette says:

Yuuuumeeeee, lol

Concerned Sister says:

Thanks Tammy pie looks delicious I wish I could smell and taste it. 😍

Concerned Sister says:

I just love you Tammie, and your Southern Baking reminds me of my Mom's and Grandma. Where did you purchase your small oven ? 🙌

Karen Stoffers-Pugh says:

My husband loves sorghum and we have several jars. Can I mix sorghum and light Karo like you did here? Thanks so much, I love watching you cook.

T MoRE says:

Home cookin’ at its best! My favorite dessert ❤️

Bernstein Bears says:

I recently watched family food fight and then this came up on my recommended. I was wondering why you looked so familiar.

Alleta Smith says:

Hey Tammy, where did you get your whisks that you use with the solid handles. And where can I get the ring that you put over the pie crust to keep it from burning. Thank you for sharing…love you…Oh yeah do you think it would work if I used walnuts in the pie instead of pecans? I’ve always wanted to try that…

Christine Hebert says:

I will be making pecan pie for Thanksgiving your look so delicious I saw your other pecan pie video they both ate good recipes thank for the great video

Blayne Cooper says:

Hi Tammy. Do your recipes assume large eggs or bigger? Thanks for the videos.

Jean McElwee says:

In Virginia we make maple syrup from maple tree sap and we put half of the syrup maple and it’s really good. If you can get it at your store, give it a try next time you make it.

Alleta Smith says:

How long do I cook it if I cook it in a regular oven

Misifusmiau says:

Way too sweet. 🤔😮

Elizabeth Shaw says:

I have always made mine with dark Karo syrup because we don't get a variety of syrup up here like the South does. When I lived in the UK are used golden syrup and I can't do that because I can't stay out of it! So dark kayro syrup is what we have made pecan pies with for three generations. Beautiful pie thank you for sharing! :-)

Elizabeth Shaw says:

One Christmas I ran out of pecans and I had a glut of walnuts. So I made a pecan pie with walnuts or I made a walnut pie. same recipe as pecan pie just using walnuts. Well my mother along with a few other people fell in love! She and I love to pecan pie from the time I was 4 years old! Every Christmas she asked for a walnut pie and she would hide it from other family members especially extended family. Now there is no family Left Alive but every Christmas I still make a pecan pie and a walnut pie. :-)

Sandy Wilkerson says:

Pecan Pie is my favorite!! Thanks for sharing! ❤️❤️

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