It’s Cinco de Pie-O! And yesterday was
Nope Nope, I’m not going to show you the picture. I had something happen to a pie that has never before happened to me. Here’s the story. Yesterday, I create a pie recipe for a project on which I’m working. It turns out great and I am delighted with it. One of my neighbors, who is […]
Cinco de Pie-O I know, I know. It’s corny as all get out but I simply cannot resist. Tomorrow is Cinco de Pie-O. It’s this pie maker’s Alt-Cinco-de-Mayo and you can bet I’ll be celebrating. Tonight I’m slicing up as thinly as I possibly can some exquisite Meyer lemons sent to me by a pie sister in California. When […]
Easy As Pie Remember making these? In the autumn when the maple leaves have flamed and fallen, choose a large one and cut it into pie-shaped pieces. from Mud Pies And Other Recipes, A Cookbook For Dolls by Marjorie Winslow
I put out a call on Facebook for “Pie Music” a few weeks ago. These would be songs that either have “pie” or “rolling” in the title or in some way are pie-related. The response was great and we all had a fun time with this little quest. I’ve alphabetized the results that have come […]
Many thanks to Art of the Pie graduate Cara McCarty for passing this wonderful piece on today!
It really isn’t a pie plant. That honor goes to rhubarb. But after making this pretty strawberry rhubarb pie this afternoon, I couldn’t resist! The pie is “planted” in my Shuksan strawberry patch.