A Gluten-Free Success Story The email read: I’ve made many doughs with good success, but I tried the gluten-free dough from your cookbook this week…and it cracked and stuck to the rolling pin when I tried to roll it out. I was able to patch it together, but it wasn’t pretty! Any guidance before my next […]
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 […]