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Articles Tagged “pie”
With these 7 steps, you won't need a recipe to make rustic, free-form fruit tarts -- through summer and beyond.Read More »
Joanne Chang, author of the upcoming Flour, Too cookbook, shares a Boston Cream Pie recipe from her beloved Flour Cafe.Read More »
Food nerds and math nerds unite: it's pi(e) day! Which means we'll be rolling out dough while rattling off as many digits behind 3.14 as we can muster.Read More »
We want to lighten things up, but we still need something warming and a bit hearty to keep us going after a long day -- enter two wintry vegan comfort foods.Read More »
It's Friday, which means that it's time for our new weekly roundup of links we love. This week, get yourself pumped up for Sunday's big game. Put on some eye black, place your bets, and wear (or eat?) your team's colors. Game on.Read More »
Shepherd's pie, a freezer-friendly meal for the whole family, plus some useful freezing tips.Read More »
Today, we're discussing holiday centerpieces.Read More »
You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.
There's no getting around it -- everyone's mind is on Thanksgiving. As the big day grows nearer, our plans fall into place: we decide which sides should grace the table, which way is best to cook the bird, what to serve before the meal. And then there's always the pumpkin pie.
But what if this year, there wasn't?
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