The D-E-F-and G’s of Pie for TDay A-B-C-D-E-F-G… Remember the alphabet song? Well, here we go today with letters D-E-F-and-Geeeeee. D is for Dough One of the most important parts of pie making is knowing how to make a dough. There’s no one dough that is the “be all and the end all”, no golden […]
A Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie When I lived at the post-and-beam house, I had a huge garden that included four separate 4 x 24 beds of my favorite Shuksan strawberries. They made the best Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie. And, they provided hundreds of pounds of berries for my family each June. We ate a lot of them out of hand, […]
Call Pie-One-One for TDay Help Just in time for your Thanksgiving Pies it’s Pie-One-One Time again. Here are a few links to my recipes, videos, tips, tricks, and technique. Flour, Salt, Fat and Water (a pie-dough tutorial on the original Art of the Pie Dough) About Bowls, Pans, Pins, Cups, Aprons, Fruit, Filling, Dough, Vents […]
A short compendium of Art of the Pie recipes, tips, tricks and techniques by Kate McDermott.
Art of the Pie® Dough Recipe For those who would like a print at home recipe. This is the Art of the Pie® dough that I have taught with great success to thousands of people who come to my Art of the Pie® Workshops. And yes, if you prefer an all butter crust, 14 Tablespoons will […]
Art of the Pie Presents Pie Camp May 2013 Join Kate McDermott (Art of the Pie) and Jean Layton (Gluten-Free Doctor) Friday, May 17 through Monday, May 20 for the ultimate pie baking experience at Aldermarsh on beautiful Whidbey Island, WA. Kate and Jean will share with you their skill, secrets, recipes, and love of […]
Pie Dough (1/12/14 Update: If you are looking for a printable recipe, here’s the link!) I like to keep things simple in my life. Pie dough is no exception. “Flour, salt, fat and water.” It’s a simple mantra that I repeat when making dough. There are a lot of recipes out there for pie dough. I’ve had great success with […]