Enough pies for the feast - and some for breakfast

Cindy Carpenter, Louisa Carpenter-Winch, and Jesse Winch Cindy Carpenter watches as her husband, Jesse Winch, and daughter Louisa Carpenter-Winch, 14, add chocolate cream filling to a pie crust, a family favorite. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Andrea Pyenson
Globe Correspondent / November 25, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - It isn’t the turkey and sides that leave most people groaning from overindulgence. The Thanksgiving feast would be manageable, if it weren’t for the pies. The Carpenter-Winch family may have found a way around this. They don’t eat less pie than the rest of the country. In fact, they may eat more. But in this household, Thanksgiving pie ... (Full article: 758 words)

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