David reveals his pie-crimping obsession and admits he’s been outcrimped by baker Libbie Summers and her 20 cool and classy pie crust tactics.
At long last, a slice of pumpkin pie is complete in and of itself—no dollop required. Pumpkin and meringue. So happy together.
Strange how such a sweetly stunning sensation can be just sugar, cream, flour, and vanilla. Couldn’t be easier—or more addictive.
Much as we love lard, we gotta say, this all-butter pie crust has a special place in our hearts. And on our thighs.
An unconventional approach to apple pie that happily involves rum and lotsa butter. We guarantee it’s as memorable as the classic.
What light through yonder window breaks? It is the east, and this flaky pie crust is the sun. (That’s how much we love this crust.)
We’ve clamored for dessert for breakfast many a time, but breakfast for dessert? With this inspired makeover, you betcha.
Sugar and spice and everything nice—that’s what you’ll find in this magnificently spiced traditional Southern pie.
Distinct from other pecan pies in one notable way, this recipe draws on robust maple syrup to usurp cloying corn syrup. You’re welcome.
Pecans. Chocolate. Bourbon. Dunno about you, but that’s sufficient to make us forget all about that other traditional Thanksgiving dessert. Pumpkin who?
Perhaps the easiest pie crust ever. Actually, we take that back. Definitely the easiest peasiest pie crust ever. No kneading. No rolling out. Really.
As Beth Howard explains, grieving is a lot like making pie. Except there’s no real recipe. You just sorta make it up as you go.
Behold, the pie that prompted Beth M. Howard’s parents’ marriage proposal. One taste and we understood why. We think you will, too.
A classic spring coupling, this melding of rhubarb and strawberries takes the form of sweet tart pie filling burbling beneath ginger-inflected goodness.
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