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Blueberry Nectarine Pie from First Prize Pies by Allison Kave

  In First Prize Pies, Allison Kave argues that you can enjoy pie year round. Her argument is sound, and you can see my review here. But, ah aren’t there always buts in life, I think late summer is just the one time of year when you have to try pie. There are blueberries and…

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Open-Face Vidalia Pie

  You know what an onion tart looks like. It’s the epitome of French food with those caramelizing onions densely scattered over the top. In the American South, things are a bit different. It’s a pie, not a tart, and in this particular recipe the onions are totally drowning in a custard of eggs and…

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Chicken and Asparagus Pie from Lidgate’s

Now. Now is the time to strike out and make all those asparagus dishes you have been savoring since asparagus finally disappeared last summer. You’ve seen ideas since then, craved them, clipped them, saved them in a drawer or on your computer. Or, you can use something new. I recently posted a review of a…

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Easter Lamb Pie from Pieminister

Earlier this week, I reviewed Pieminister, a book by two English men who have started a most successful pie business. In Great Britain pie is not just dessert. No, pie is everywhere and can be enjoyed every meal of the day. Savory pie, wonderful savory pie ideas, abound in Pieminister. Here is a traditional Easter…

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