1 hr ago
Red Eye Chicago
A slice of New York
A James Beard Award-wining chef baking by-the-slice, New York-style pizza in River North? Be still my heart.
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5 hrs ago
The Baltimore Sun
Bar review: At Hersh's, drinks rightfully share spotlight with pizza
Pizza, life's cheesy cure-all, makes a strong case as the ideal bar food because it's easy to share and rarely fails to please a crowd.
10 hrs ago
Burlington Times News
Cooking for a crowd: July's Cook of the Month, aka - The Pie Lady,' makes her treats in batches
Frances Bennett answers to "The Pie Lady," a nickname given to her by friends and family and for good reason.
12 hrs ago
Readers Choice 2014 - East Side - Best Dessert
Pie making is a dying art these days. We have always made cream pies from scratch.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Wood-fire, coal-fire, brick-oven... How pizza is baked adds flavor, flair to local pies: NEO'S Best Pizza
Debate will rage on endlessly as to who offers the best pizza in town, and exactly what exactly constitutes a "great" pie.
An epic Southeast Division Street pizza crawl
A $5 happy hour Margherita with buffalo mozzarella from Cibo, just one of eight spots to grab a pizza on Southeast Division west of Cesar E Chavez Blvd. A few years ago, if you wanted quality pizza, Southeast Division Street just wasn't part of the conversation.
Book Review: Ms. American Pie: Buttery Good Pie Recipes and Bold Tales from the American Gothic House
Beth Howard believes in the power of pie. She started out baking pies for celebs like Barbra Streisand and Steven Spielberg at California's Malibu Kitchen.
The Salinas Californian
Phyllo stands in for crust in healthy cherry piePhyllo stands in for...
Phyllo stands in for crust in healthy cherry pie Cherries are a healthy ingredient, rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Minot Daily News
Church serving up a peach of a pie
Since about 1923, First Lutheran Church has been serving fresh, homemade pies of various flavors to fair-goers looking for a sweet treat.
St. Petersburg Times
A gracious cook gives lessons in making pies
Jackie Garvin is moving the pie dough around like a pro. She rolls it calmly, quickly, assertively.
Five for Foodies: Best blueberry desserts
Historic Bethlehem Museum & Sites hosted its annual Blueberry Festival this weekend, dishing up blueberry pies, streusels, ice cream and even beer.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Yelp: Sweet Revenge
In just a few days it will be National Pi Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a sweet treat! Find out how you can get your hands on a Sweet Revenge pie! In just a few days it will be National Pi Day as in the mathematical term Pi and what better way to celebrate than with a sweet treat! Today I 'm joined by our friend from yelp, Emi ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Observer & Eccentric
Believe it or not, eating a whole pie within three minutes with your hands behind your back is an art form.
Eat dessert first: Loveland's Cherry Pie Celebration July 19
A certain red fruit is the special guest of honor at Loveland's annual Cherry Pie Celebration from 5 to 8 p.m. July 19. Cherry pies will be in abundance, along with The Art of the Tart Cherry Pie contest, ice cream, children's activities, historical displays, live music, vendor booths and refreshments.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Slice of pie heaven awaits in Memphis
Last October, after a quick and gluttonous lunch at Hog & Hominy restaurant in Memphis, I swore I had just eaten the best pie of my life: the Beauregarde, named for Roald Dahl's gum-chewing brat, a certain Violet whose nasty habit led to her expanding into a giant piece of fruit.
Friday Pie Day: 7 Pies for the Chocolate Lover in You
It's week 5 of our Friday Pie Day series and so far we have focused mostly on fruit.
New pie (with recipe): Sea Salt Caramel Apple Custard
I invented a pie! This is, I believe, the first time I've done this. A few days ago, I made an Oregon Hazelnut Caramel Pie for Ryan Since I habitually make pie crust in batches of two, this left me with a single crust to fill.
Food Feedback Friday: Cool Summer's Day edition
With this unusually cool weather lately, I hope you all have been getting out and eating on some patios.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
It must have taken some brass balls to open up a shop that sells nothing but pies at the tail end of the Great Recession, so if supporting the gumption of the lovely young ladies behind Emporium Pies isn't enough to get you in the door of their Victorian bungalow on Bishop Avenue, perhaps the "Smooth Operator" will.
Pie purchasePosted on Fri. Jul 18th, 2014
Suzanne Cramner, left, of Findlay, buys a cherry pie from Kasie Benitez of Heritage Pies at the Hancock County Farmers Market at the county fairgrounds Thursday afternoon.