Alright, this Goode Company Pecan Pie is going to become a holiday tradition around here.
My wife bought me one this year and I absolutely loved it.
I had a slice every night for a week watching late night Christmas movies.
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The card in the box it comes in says:
The History of Goode Company’s
Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie
We believe in the tried and true. The homemade. The handcrafted. Food that’s as genuine as we are-and as satisfying as the forty some-odd years we’ve spent curating the tastiest blend of Texas culture and cuisine around. Which is why you’ll love this Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie, a small slice of Texas fist perfected by my grandmother. Hers is the blissful batter we’ve been baking, sweet and slow, ever since we opened Goode Company Texas Barbeque back in 1977. Each pie is still handmade, with farm-fresh eggs and all-natural Texas pecans-because anything half-baked just isn’t our style.
When the secrets is simple, the result’s always Goode: no shortcuts and no hurrying things along. The only corners we’ll ever cut are the wooden edges of this custom branded box, made so your pie sleeps safe and sound on its way to your doorstep. It’ll even store for three weeks at room temperature (although ours don’t seem to last but a few hours after supper). So help yourself to a pie equally rich in taste and tradition. You’ll soon understand why I often say,
“You might give some serious thought to thanking your lucky stars you’re in Texas!”