This is the 4th in a series of Pie Camp stories…and recipes. This story is from Tom, who came to make pie with me when I was teaching for many years in Seattle. As with many who come to Pie Camp, we met as strangers, but departed as friends. Pie seems to have a way of doing […]
How can I even begin to tell you all the things that are going on. There are so many that I thought I’d give you a little Pie Camp book update. Now, you would think that since the days of an on-the-road national book tour are something for another time, that a new book release […]
IFBC 2015 Wrap Up I spent last weekend in Seattle at the International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC). I missed it last year as I was teaching on the other coast. I love going to the conference to learn what my sister and brother food bloggers are up to and also to learn about new products […]
I have the best time creating art on my pie tops. It’s pretty easy to do and I feel that I reconnect with the 5-year-old part of me that got to play with cookie cutters and sugar cookie dough. Do you remember how much fun that was? I’ve collected cookie cutters for years and I’m […]
Fletcher’s Mill Rolling Pins.A Pin That Rolls Merrily Along Big Small Wood Marble Handles Straight Tapered There are so many choices these days for rolling pins. I have my favorites as I’m sure you do, too.
The International Food Blogger Conference is coming up soon in Seattle. I’ll be there and looking forward to meeting bloggers from around the world. If you are hankering for some pie while in town, here are Seattle pie bakeries that I’ve visited:
Colorful Salmonberries are ripe in the Northwest in early to mid-summer. Tart to slightly sweet, in vibrant shades of yellow, orange and red, they make a wonderful addition to any mixed-berry pie.