When the trees start to change colors and the air fills up with the cool, sweet smell of leaves then you know it’s officially fall. Fall is my absolute favorite season for many reasons – bonfires, sweater-weather, and of course, the kick-off to the holiday season. And nothing quite says holiday like the classic fruit pie! So this fall, when you get ready to make your next fruit pie, remember these do’s and don’ts.
Archive for the ‘Pie’ Category
Ever wonder what it means to blind bake a pie? Here’s a quick glossary for some commonly-used pie terms and pan types.
“Easy as apple pie” is a cliché, but it’s a cliché for a reason! Apple pie is a classic dessert that is easy to master, and there are so many ways to put a twist on the recipe to suit your personal taste. In honor of National Apple Pie Day, here are the 3 different apple pie recipes to help you celebrate; plus tips and tricks for how to bake the perfect apple pie.
Gobble, gobble, gobble! The leaves have turned colors and dropped from the branches, which means Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Every year, I anticipate gorging myself with all the goodies at the colorfully decorated table. (more…)
I’m one of those people that can’t help but be in love with the idea of spreading love on Valentine’s Day. No matter how commercialized the holiday has become, it’s one that makes me feel good sharing extra love with the people that mean the most to me. One way I do that is through my love of cooking and baking. My own children get a taste of just how much they mean to me with an extra special breakfast of heart-shaped pancakes with sweet strawberry-orange sauce. (more…)
There’s no doubt about it, autumn has arrived. With cooler air and changing leaves, I am always reminded of pies. Lots of people eat pies year-round – lemon chiffon in the spring, cherry or peach in the summer, pecan or chocolate cream in the colder months. For me though, pie is very seasonal, and that season is now.