Garden Update When the mercury gets above 70 on the thermometer in my little neck of the woods, it’s too hot for me. I truly am a hot-weather wuss, and have been known on occasion to turn on the AC, an unexpected bonus from the ductless heat pump that was installed 4 years ago, at […]
Less Than Three Months to Pie Camp Book Release OMGosh! I looked at the calendar today and suddenly realized that there are less than three months to the release of PIE CAMP: THE SKILLS YOU NEED TO MAKE ANY PIE YOU WANT on October 6! I put my heart and soul into this next book, […]
High Time for Summer Pies I have to tell you a story…even though it is a little sad. The crop on my 3-year-old Montmorency Cherry Tree has been shaping up so nicely. Every day I’ve been going out to see it and decide if the cherries are at the peak. Now, we’re not talking about […]
No One is Listening but Me It surrounds me with tentacles seeping their way into everything I do during my waking and who knows if sleeping hours, too. Music streams are carefully curated for me based on my unique listening habits. Music is powerful. I listen to the results of an algorithm carefully designed to […]
Pies from Nowhere You know how sometimes a thing you haven’t thought about for a time suddenly pops up in the path of your peripheral vision or even seems to leap into your hand? Yesterday that is what happened to me when Pies from Nowhere by Dee Romito, a book that I was given last […]
Worth the While Some of you who follow me over on Instagram may have already seen the post I put up with a few pics and a video about the pies I made yesterday afternoon. But, if you haven’t, I hope you won’t mind if I tell you a little story about those pies and […]
New Virtual Pie Camp Workshops Two of the classes I am asked to teach often are how to Make A Gluten Free Pie, and Blind Baking and Press-In Crusts so I’ve just added two new virtual pie camp workshops for you.