Everyone loves an Old-Fashioned Apple Pie. In fact, when I ask people around the country what their favorite pie is, Apple is #1! Here is the recipe for the one that I love to make for my family and friends and teach at my Art of the Pie® Workshops and Pie Camps. It is especially good when […]
Kerrygold has been kind enough to supply butter to my workshops over the past year or so, but even if they didn’t, I would still be using it and for many years I did just that. So, when they asked if I might be interested in baking up a little something with their cheese, I […]
As apple pie season is upon us, I’d like to share a few thoughts about this wonderful fruit and how I love to use it in my pie making. I put as many different varieties of apples in a pie as I can; six to eight is not unusual—some for sweet, some for tart, some […]
I know, I know. It’s a little tongue in cheek, but I just couldn’t resist. Today I made my first apple pie in France. I used local apples purchased from the market in Nérac, lard from the Chopolard’s, and French butter and flour.