Bye-bye sweet potato pie


Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.

Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.

Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_tentative.jpgSome Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Some Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_No_thanks.jpgSome Denver Place Elementary classrooms held pie-tastings Tuesday afternoon in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday. A variety of bite-size pie pieces were sampled and rated by the children. Perhaps the least popular was sweet potato pie. Here second-grader Ava Morris is hesitant about trying out the sweet potato pie selection, and her ultimate decision is to let a paper towel have it. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal