“Impietence” Defined

By now, you know of the goodness from the Hawaiian Pie Company. Fresh or frozen, their creations do not disappoint.


If you get a frozen pie, you have to keep in mind the preparation time. That is, the oven preheat to 400 degrees. Then the actual baking for one hour (or more) until golden brown. Then the cooling off for 30 minutes. You get the picture. If you don’t start early enough then you’ll come to understand impietence.

Yes, impietence is what happens when you can’t wait for the prescribed pie preparation time. Bake until not so pale (but not nearly golden brown) and let cool for say three minutes and blow on each bite to prevent serious scalding. Your Strawberry Guava pie will still taste great but won’t hold its shape when served. Blame it on impietence.


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