Pie Cottage Scones I’ve made scones for years using a recipe that was handed to me from Sue, a friend with a baking style much like my own. I learned to bake without measuring equipment other than cups from the cupboard and spoons from the drawer. Sue’s instructions included words like soupspoon full and big plops. […]
Pie Camp July 2012 Four days of non-stop Pie Making! What could be better? Well, maybe you can think of a few things but for this pie maker, the 1st Art of the Pie Camp, held July 27-30 in Port Angeles, WA, was a dream come true. Imagine seven people passionate about pie coming together […]
Pie Crafts Working in a different medium this week at Pie Camp. And, our graduation picture!
Garden Angel For well over 10 years I’ve lived here in my little blue and teal cottage, which I now call Pie Cottage—part-time that is. During some of those years, except for an occasional check-in, I was away for months at a time having some incredible adventures. Pie CottageOf course, the beautiful garden that I […]
That’s Good Pie 3/14 UPDATE: Be sure to check out my New Favorite Gluten Free Pie Dough Recipe, too. “That’s good pie!” These are the golden words every pie maker hopes to hear. So often I’ve heard at pie socials and potlucks, “Well, for a gluten-free pie, it’s pretty good”. My goal has been to create a […]