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Chocolate Cream Pie

Holiday baking is in full force in my kitchen. It has become a tradition to bake and decorate cut-out cookies for the holiday season while watching utterly cheesy, although delightful, holiday films. This year produced a trio of cutout flavors—classic sugar cookies, chocolate sugar cookies, and gingerbread cookies. The entire process typically takes place over […]

How to make pie crust in your stand mixer – Flourish – King Arthur Flour

Is it a good idea to make pie crust using a stand mixer? Or is it really better to combine all of the ingredients — the flour and salt, fat and water — by hand? The vast majority of pie crust recipes (including those here on our recipe site) direct you to combine the dry […]

Apple Pie Bakealong – Flourish – King Arthur Flour

Tick… tick… tick… That’s the timer ticking down to Thanksgiving, and you know what that means: pie. How are your pie crust skills? Are you roll, roll, rolling your own — or unrolling one from the supermarket?

Fruity Pebbles Whoopie Pies – My Baking Addiction

Fruity Pebbles Whoopie Pies are a playful spin on a classic dessert. Marshmallow buttercream and Fruity Pebbles “sprinkles” make them irresistible. If you’re a regular reader, you know that my husband is pretty much the pickiest eater that I’ve ever encountered. He’s not super keen on sweets (crazy, right?) and most vegetables are a no-go.

australian meat pies – for everyone

ᔥ Things Everyone Travelling to Australia Should Know… by TEAN on July 10, 2013 Here it is, the master list put together from a variety of reliable sources including yours truly and a few other study abroad in Australia experts. Hopefully it helps you better prepare for your arrival to the mysterious land down under. […]

Rolls, Rolls, Rolls!

Ah! Sausage Rolls. One of the most common member of the picnic baskets, lunch boxes and, surprisingly, buffet tables! Have you ever wondered where they originated? Some say that the idea Sausage Rolls came from the flaky or puff pastries of the European. One of the most common and famous flaky pastry of the Europeans […]

Looking for Something Fun to Eat?

Isn’t it lovely to begin a meal with some succulent or delicious finger-licking appetizers that enables you to mingle around with others with ease? Finger foods were one of the most popular dishes that are served in such occasions like birthday, cocktail parties, weddings and other memorable events with a no need for becoming too […]

My Kind of Tart

Looking for some pastry that is similar to a pie and has a mouthwatering filling made up from pastry dough bottom? A single or a double crusted custard tart? YUMMM! Now, let’s take a look at the custard tart’s olden days and how it emerged.

Piece o’ Pie

After writing about breads, sandwiches, pancakes, waffles, cakes and cupcakes, I think it’s about time to share with you interesting facts about pies. The first published pie recipe and the oldest known as of this day, is that of an ancient Roman pie recipe made of rye-crusted goat’s cheese and honey; made about 2,000 years […]

History of the meat pie in Australia

The history of the meat pie in Australia.  The humble Meat Pie is inextricably linked to Australia. It is our “fast food of choice” – convenient and easy to eat – a part of all sporting events.                           Sink your teeth into a pie […]