Okay, since we're on the subject of pies, and specifically pecan pies . . . Mr T. specifically requested "no experiments" with the pecan pie this year. (I've tinkered with this recipe a lot over the years, especially with substitutes for corn syrup, etc. The one using a bit of molasses, I only recently learned, was not a success. I actually thought it tasted it pretty good. Whatever.) He did however say that if I wanted to find a way to include chocolate chips, perhaps in the crust or in some other way, he'd be happy to be the subject of an experiment along those lines. So, if were going to do that, how would you proceed? Thanks so much. ;o)
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