Today, my friends, is National Pie Day. And there are so many delicious ways to celebrate! Get inspired with these sweet and savory pie recipes.
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This food memory and blueberry pie recipe is from Harriet Trezevant, MHEd, a pastry chef in Oakland, California.
Growing up, I didn’t have birthday cakes. Instead, my mom baked my favorite Chocolate Pies. But these were no ordinary chocolate pies. Get the recipe here.
I’m not much for sweets, and I don’t bake so well, but my husband loves a good cherry pie. I keep a real simple (but real good) cherry pie recipe, and I whip one up every now and then. Read on for the recipe.
Vegan Pie in the Sky is the latest vegan cookbook from Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terri Hope Romero. It’s a whole cookbook full of pies just in time for pie season!
Nothing says delicious like a fresh slice of pie. It turns out that eating a vegan diet doesn’t have to mean giving up this delightful dessert. In fact, there are countless ways to whip up tasty, vegan pies!
[social_buttons] Here’s a fast and easy recipe for a brown rice crust that’s a perfect base for quiche and savory pies. It’s gluten-free, lighter than the classical pie pastry crust, and delicious.
If you’re not familiar with Pi Day, it takes place each year on March 14th. Technically, it’s a nod to that magical mathematical symbol but, foodies all over the world have co-opted the day to celebrate an equally magical dish: PIE!
Apple harvest time arrives at the best and worst time on our Wisconsin farm and B&B, Inn Serendipity. As four bushels of apples sit on my front porch, I’m reminded of all those right reasons: the crisp flavor of fresh apples, appreciation of the harvest bounty and the tempting aroma of a pie baking in […]
I confess, I’m slow to change. At least when it comes to cooking. A devout recipe follower, I measure my cups and teaspoons and follow recipe direction as if they were sent from above. Until this week, when I finally took our new solar oven out of the box. We bought this Global Sun Oven […]
Mission Pie is a corner café, bakery, and neighborhood gathering place in the SF Mission District that brings the flavors of local farms into the city and tells their stories. Mission Pie encourages urban folks toward intimacy with their food through live relationships with the people and places that grow our ingredients. With pie as […]
“Free organic fruit. Perfectly ripe. Locally grown. Yours for the taking.” Your ears perking up yet? If this showed up on your local Craig’s List or Freecycle would you be frantically e-mailing, “When can I come over”? Amazingly, such an opportunity probably exists right now, perhaps right down your road, as fruit trees ripen and […]
The roots of the “Life is just a bowl of cherries” proverb go back to a song from the 1930’s of the same name with the opening lyric: ” Life is just a bowl of cherries; Don’t make it serious; Life’s too mysterious.” A good reminder for me during peak cherry season — to remember […]