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.
Fudgy Brownies for Two Hundred No, I haven’t gone over the deep end with a chocolate addiction, although I do enjoy a good piece of chocolate, especially when it is from small bean to bar artisan producers. Right now I’m deep in a project that brings me great joy. Tomorrow is my god-daughter Katie’s wedding […]
DIY Vanilla Sugar I love to give things to others…pie, of course, but last night when I went to a holiday gathering of some of my closest and oldest friends, I didn’t think I would be able to bake up a dozen pies as gifts and then show up to the party feeling anything but…well, exhausted. […]
Four Great Workshops All of my rolling pins, bowls, measuring cups & spoons made it back to Seattle. I taught four great workshops over the days that I was on the other coast. Here are some of the highlights of my time there. The workshops in Annapolis and New York were wonderful. I met lovely people who were […]
Pie Camp Pie High Pie Camp was so much fun! It’s a week later, and I’m still on a Pie Camp Pie High. I’m getting emails and texts from Pie Campers about how much fun they had, how much it meant to them, and pictures of post-camp pies.
Up the road again to San Francisco for our two last workshops on Day 13 and 15 before we were home again. We paid a visit to Farmer Al of Frog Hollow Farms at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market… and then slipped off to dine al fresco with a view of the Bay Bridge before setting […]