Pie Baking Time of Year
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It is raining in Phoenix! It is always wonderful when that happens.
And, first of all, let me apologize for jumping the gun last week and calling it Fall when it really is the Autumnal Equinox today! Oops. I guess I was overly anxious. On the other hand, I got started on so many Fall things early! One of them being that delicious Peach Pie you see pictured above. Now that it is raining and the weather is cooling down, it is definitely the Pie Baking time of year!
Now, you can peruse through our pie baking section of the blog and find a nice amount of delicious pie recipes to get you started. But, I was just looking through our Pie e-book,For the Love of Pie, and feeling just a little bit proud of ourselves for all of the really good info and recipes that are in that book. If you are a beginning pie baker, you should really get it. If you are a seasoned baker, you should really get it, too. It contains the classic recipes that you will want to make for the holidays, plus some vegan recipes and some delicious specialty recipes that we made up ourselves. Click here to order it for yourself!
OH! And before I forget to tell you, we are offering a special deal on the Pie book to celebrate Fall! So, from today until the end of September, (That is September 30th, 2019), We are offering the book for 50% off!
That's right! Just click here and then use code FALLWINKS when you check out to get 50% off of For the Love of Pie!
A rainy day is the best day for pie! If it is already getting cold in your part of the world, baking a pie sure helps to warm up the house. In more ways than one! Happy Baking!
What kind of rolling pin do you favor? Inquiring bakers want to know.
Don't you just love a pretty pie dish?
10/11/2019 04:50:18 am
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Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!