Here’s another recipe and baking technique that we just weren’t able to find room for in the pages of Pie Camp. Diane came to Pie Camp in early 2016 and soon after began writing a pie-seeking travel blog called People, Places and Pies. In one entry, she writes of baking pies on the grill, which […]
HOW TO BAKE AN OUTDOOR CAMPFIRE PIE In our day, baking a pie in a wood-burning cookstove is something very few will experience. In addition to having access to a working cookstove, it takes time, skill, wood sized for the firebox, plus the patience to heat that baby up, and keep it at temperature. Oh […]
This is the 7th in a series of Pie Camp Stories. MARGARET AND DAVID: A COURTSHIP WITH PIEBefore meeting, pie had a strong place in the lives of both Margaret and David. Margaret’s midwestern childhood was full of the blueberry pies her great-grandmother made, and David’s Pacific Northwest memories included the apple pies made by […]
UPDATE: The one spot that was available has been claimed. This is just a quick post to let you know that one spot has opened up for the March 5-7, 2021, 3-Day Virtual Pie Camp. Here’s the link to register.
This is the 6th in a series of Pie Camp Stories. Darlene wasn’t a pie maker before coming to Pie Camp, but learning to make pies is something she feels changed her life. Highly accomplished in high tech, she was known as “a fixer. ” When people saw her coming, they would smile because they […]
This is the 5th in a series of Pie Camp stories. These words are from Mark who, like so many that have attend Pie Camp, arrived as a stranger and left as a much valued friend. Making Pie to Celebrate To celebrate my retirement my wife gave me a gift certificate for a weekend retreat in 2017 […]
Today I’m announcing dates for the next two 3-Day Virtual Pie Camps and new single pie sessions. Registration will open on Tuesday at 8AM PST. I look forward to joining you in your kitchen for some pie making baking therapy!