Sweet Potato Pie | Charlene Ashong

Ciao Food Tubers!! With Canadian Thanksgiving fast approaching, what better time to do our savoury twist on the Canadian classic thanksgiving dessert, Sweet Potato Pie (we know it’s not the same thing but go with it!! It’s a pie made of Sweet Potato!). New kid on the Food Tube block Charlene Ashong is here to show you how to make a tantalising pie with a Rocket, Fennel and Grapefruit Salad, Italian stylee. Buon Appetito.

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