An Experiment in the Oven It’s is in the oven. An experiment. I put it in 5 minutes ago and I wonder what will it turn out to be…a hit or a miss. I’ve made both. You would think I might take a hiatus from creating recipes for a time but on my counter today, […]
In honor of Canadian Thanksgiving today, I would like to share with you the recipe in Pie Camp for Butter Tarts. To my neighbors to the north of me, I very much hope that one day soon, our borders will be safely open, and we can visit each other again. Until then, may your Thanksgiving […]
This is the 3rd in a series of Pie Camp stories…and recipes. HONEY PEACH BLACKBERRY COBBLER As you know there are so many many recipes and words that I submitted for Pie Camp, I could probably publish an ebook with just the ones we had to set aside. I know I could figure out how […]
File this under: I Can’t Believe I Just Did That The house is a mess. You don’t see that part in virtual book events and pie camps. This is the first time in my entire life that I have not had to worry about who is going to walk through the door, and if my […]
I love celebrations as they give us a way to honor the passage of events in our lives both big and small. This morning I celebrate a new day. The moon is in the earth sign of Taurus and the farmers almanac says that it is a good day to plant root crops, so I […]
This is the 2nd in a series of Pie Camp stories. Passing on a Craft My friend Rebekah came to the very first pie workshop I ever taught. It was super informal. I had been making pies for quite awhile; playing around with ratios, ingredients, whether to put vodka in a crust or not, varieties […]
Ricardo couldn’t afford the time to come to Pie Camp, but he couldn’t afford not to come either, and that day making pie, is one of the best and peak experience days of his life.