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Category Archives: pie
It’s mid-August, which means the end of summer is near, which means it’s time to say goodbye to my summer interns, who were amazing and learned a bunch and made me proud. So I made them a pie. They printed … Continue reading
You know what I haven’t done in a long time? Made pie. I decided it was time to remedy that situation, by making the Salty Honey Pie, posted by my new big pie crushes, Four and Twenty Blackbirds, where I … Continue reading
Winning entry in the sweet category: Nick’s Pecan Pie- Best Debut! and Alex’s ham and cheese pie took the Savory category. Who needs air conditioning when you have pie?
I’m an aunt! Surprise! And I’m in this. (opening Wednesday) With a video! Surprise! I’m working on limited edition pie propaganda this week, to commemorate the upcoming pie-bake-off-and-staff-going-away-party. Did you know they used to bake dwarves into pies?
Save the Date! Please join me in saying good-bye to beloved Center for Book Arts staff members Corinna Zeltsman and Nick Crawford, who each have decided to flee to more fertile lands this summer! On Sunday June 27th I would … Continue reading
I had an intimidating amount of fall fruit in my house this week, including, but not limited to, a peck of pears, which is, I have learned, variously 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints. I made two … Continue reading
I’ve also cooked with apricots for the first time. I made a lovely strawberry and apricot pie yesterday, which might be better than sweet love, especially when you factor in the narcissus aspect. Progress is being made. I’m thinking less … Continue reading
Maybe I was making a mountain out of a molehill. A weekly five pounds of fruit really means the pie versus jam conundrum-do I make pie or jam? Do I live in the moment or stop time in its tracks? … Continue reading