Tag Archives: pie crust

Cherry Hand Pies

My Dad loves pies. I have vivid memories of going to Dupars in the Valley with my Dad when I was a little kid and ordering pie with him. He has hysterical stories that he tells about his

Classic Pumpkin Pie

My grandmother used to make a delicious pumpkin chiffon pie. I started making it when I started making Thanksgiving but it was never quite as good my grandma’s pie.  Also, it is a pie

Chicken Pot Pie

You have to be a masochist to make a chicken pot pie. Honestly. It is such a pain in the butt – so time consuming – exhausting in fact. And although homemade pot-pies are delicious

You’re A Tart. Make A Tart. Peach Tart.

I have written about this tart crust before but every time I need it I have to search wildly on Batch-33. It seems to be hidden in a section on Satsuma plums. This is really probably the

French Apple Tart And More Lost Family

I think it was a little gutsy making a “French Apple Tart” just three days after Alex returned from a month-long trip to France…. That would be Paris, France. I know. I know. I know.

A Pretty Thing – Satsuma Plums

My mom Ellen told me about the Satsuma Plums and the depth of their great inner beauty which seemed to elude us for jam making purposes. I wrote about that a week or so ago when