IT’S ALWAYS TIME FOR PEACH (AND RASPBERRY) PIE It’s high summer–one of my favorite seasons of the pie year becuase peaches are at their peak. Any pie that has sweet peaches in it is a favorite for me, so you can well imagine that Peach Raspberry is way up there on my list of summer […]
A new reliable gluten-free pie dough from Kate McDermott’s Pie Camp: The Skills You Need to Make Any Pie You Want.
New Virtual Pie Camp Workshops Two of the classes I am asked to teach often are how to Make A Gluten Free Pie, and Blind Baking and Press-In Crusts so I’ve just added two new virtual pie camp workshops for you.
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 […]
Seven Days Seven Recipes The days are going by quickly now. Just seven before I wing my way to Ireland. A year ago I felt a strong pull to travel there. I guess you could call it a pilgrimage of sorts, and truthfully I’m not sure of the reason why I am going. I have […]
BLACK BEAN CHILI AND CORNBREAD After a little break yesterday afternoon, it’s snowing again at Pie Cottage. Media is saying that Western Washington snow is breaking records that have stood for decades. This morning my local paper posted an article about some of the “hard winters” that my neck of the woods has had. I’ve […]
“PIE-ONE-ONE” HELP THANKSGIVING 2018 To help with your planning, here is the “Pie-One-One” Help Thanksgiving 2018 Page. The big day is just around the corner. It’s not too early to be thinking about what pies you’ll be making. Apple, Cranberry, Pumpkin, Pecan…or? You’ll find the link to recipes here. New this year is a Free Video […]