I’m in Tallahassee for Thanksgiving and, as you can tell from the picture above, we’ve had a busy day of important preparations for the holiday tomorrow. With the mediocre results of the Maple, Pumpkin, and Sweet Potato Pie from last Christmas last year, we decided to try something a little different this time. But I’m still determined to make a good pumpkin pie at least once so I wanted something in the same family. I was leafing through a Food Network magazine at the airport earlier this month when I saw a recipe for Ginger-Coconut Pumpkin Pie that looked amazing. And not too complicated either. After reviewing it with my mom we deemed it worth of a Thanksgiving dessert. So today when we got back from some day-before-Thanksgiving shopping and errands we started preparing the pie. And as you can see in the photo, it came out of the oven looking really beautiful (whipped cream topping not shown as we haven’t made it yet). And if it tastes half as good as it smells then we’re in for a real treat to end our Thanksgiving dinner. Since I haven’t actually had a slice yet I can’t tell you how it tastes, but I will report back tomorrow with the verdict. I’m excited!