Tell us about one of your favorite pies you made from Art of the Pie this month and share a photo of it if you have one!
Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Writer & Editor at Food52.
Blueberry Pie!! The recipe worked perfectly!
I'm so glad you like the recipe!
I love, love, love the Italian Nettle Sausage Pie. I'm normally not big on leftovers, but I happily ate this for dinner, and then again for subsequent lunches and breakfasts (it's cheesy and eggy and perfect breakfast/brunch fare). I used spinach and baby kale but look forward to making it with nettles when they're in season.
All recipes are open for variation in my book! ;-)
Out of the 3 pies I made, my favorite was the Quintessential Apple Pie that I made with a butter-bacon fat dough and attempted to top with a herringbone lattice crust!
You did a beautiful job!
I made three pies this month and it is so hard to pick one as my favorite, but last night I made chicken pot pie for dinner and I have to say that recipe was AMAZING!
That's one of my favorites too!
I loved the lemon meringue! It's was completely delicious and provided enough of a challenge that I felt like I was really learning some fun new techniques! I'm proud to say that on my 3rd try my meringue finally set beautifully!
So far my favorite has been the Rustic Pear Tart. I'm a crust lover so the crust to filling ratio is a little better for me.
Yup, there are crust folk and there are filling folk. Beautiful tart!
Quintessential Apple pie was a big hit
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