Pie, Pralines, and Pecans: 10 Recipes With a Favorite Nut

In 1907, during the proceedings of the sixth annual convention of the National Nut Growers' Association, West Coast walnut industry pioneer Henry E. Dosch said of the pecan, "This beautiful and toothsome nut has not received the attention it deserves." Much has changed in the past century, however. Here's a menu to celebrate a nut that is most certainly both beautiful and toothsome.

Pie, Pralines, and Pecans: 10 Recipes With a Favorite Nut
Eight desserts, plus a side and a salad for fall.

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