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.
Pie Camp for Pi Day! As you know, I have been teaching Pie Camp for over eleven years. The many folks who have bellied up to my baking counter, over 4000 now, and the number of pies that have been made by pie campers at camps, not to mention all the ones they make when […]
TIPS FOR STAYING CLEAN AND CALM Hello My Friends, I sent a version of this post out to my email list last night, so if you have already received it, I apologize for the duplication. But, if you haven’t, I thought I would post it here as well. Each day is bringing us more news […]
Greek Beef Pie There was a Greek coffee house and restaurant in Santa Barbara called The Plaka which opened in 1971. If you lived there for any length of time, you may have even spent an evening there enjoying its delicious home-style Greek food, and the hospitality of the owner George Alexiades. Once every evening […]
Winter Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie Winter. One of my favorite seasons. Well, all of the seasons are my favorites, but for different reasons, of course. Winter is slower. The fire in the woodstove is good company and warms the house for both me and my four-legged family. Days are shorter. Nights longer. I put up sparkly […]
The W-X-Y-Z of Pie For TDay Well, here we are at the X-Y-Z of Pie for TDay! Read on my friends as there are more tips for you. W is for Weight A few months ago I shared with you that not all measuring equipment is equal–the tablespoon in a set can measure from 8g-17g. […]
The ABC’s of Pie for TDay Since I began the Art of the Pie blog, I’ve been offering recipes and tips for TDay pies. It’s become the Pie-One-One help page. Over the next few days, I’ll be posting photos and links for you as you plan your menu and get ready for next week. Today […]