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Easy as key lime pie PDF Print E-mail
Written by DEBBIE ROGERS, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 03 June 2014 08:04
Nathan Brockway of Rudolph with his key lime pie. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
RUDOLPH - Around Thanksgiving, don't look for Nathan Brockway at the mall shopping for early Christmas specials or sitting on the couch watching football.
He'll likely be in the kitchen, painstakingly putting together one of his famous pumpkin pies.
Brockway's pie specialties - pumpkin and turtle - take about an hour apiece to concoct, not including sitting and cooling times.
"It's got a graham cracker crust, whipped pumpkin filling, homemade maple whipped topping and sugar-coated pecans," he said of the pumpkin pie.
But Brockway said if you asked his wife, Rebecca, and four children, they would say he's not known for his patience in the kitchen.
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