THE 2017 ANNUAL ART OF THE PIE THANKSGIVING PIE-ONE-ONE HELP PAGE
It’s just around the corner. Thanksgiving that is. It’s not too early to be thinking about what pies you’ll be making. To help with your planning, here is this year’s Thanksgiving Pie-One-One Help Page.
Here you’ll find links to some of the most popular technique and equipment posts on the Art of the Pie Blog–from how to travel with a pie on a plane, to a tutorial on how to make a beautiful lattice crust.
I’ll pin this help post to the top of the blog so you can refer to it when needed this season.
If you have questions, ask them in the comments section of this post and I’ll do my best to get back to you with answers just as soon as I possibly can!
I hope these tips and tricks will help to make your Thanksgiving Day pies the best yet!
Now, onto this year’s helpful pie making links!
Here’s a link to some of my favorite Art of the Pie® recipes including Pumpkin, Apple, Cherry, and Lemon Meringue. These are the ones that have been on my family’s Thanksgiving table since I was a little girl. My grandmother probably would have loved the Cranberry Pie I posted there, too.
Art of the Pie® Dough How to Make Pie Dough
This is like being at an Art of the Pie® workshops and reading it may be all you need to make a great crust. It’s also a good review for those who have already taken a workshop. (Recipe)
Best Gluten Free Pie Dough (Recipe and Instructions)
I think this recipe makes the best GF dough ever! The technique is very different so be sure to read the instructions through carefully. (And yes, there are plans afoot to do a video in 2018 on how to make and roll a GF dough.)
For those who are Gluten Free-Vegan, here’s the link for you for the GF-Vegan Dough (Recipe)
How To Make A Lattice Crust (Video)
In no time at all, you’ll be making a lattice crust like a pro! This short video lesson has taught thousands.
Tips & Tricks for Making Pie in Hot Weather
I know from teaching around the country that extra care needs to be taken to keep that pie dough chilly in hot and humid climates. Did you know that butter starts melting at 59F? Keep everything chilled!
Another Post about Checking the Weather
Pay attention to the temperature of your fats!
Traveling with Pie
Yes, TSA says you can travel with pie domestically. Here are some tips on how to get your beautiful pie safely across the country.
Refreshing a Pie
Here’s a quick way to refresh an already baked pie so it is at it’s best for serving.
My next book, KATE’S CAN-DO COOKBOOK, EASY AS PIE RECIPES FOR EVERYDAY COOKING, will be released in the Fall of 2018.
For more recipes, tips, and tricks, be sure to pick up a copy of Art of the Pie: A Practical Guide to Homemade Crusts, Fillings, and Life. It makes a great holiday gift for your pie making, pie eating, and pie loving friends and family, too.