Drunk on Pie

 

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Pie Eyed:  adj  slang  Intoxicated; drunk

That pretty much sums it up. We are drunk on pie over here. Traditional round ones, hand pies, pie bites, pies in a jar… if it’s an iteration of pie, we are all over it. We love the challenge of making pie and the lessons we learn from each journey.

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Living the Pie Life 

What is is about pie that has us so enamored? To us, pie is more than a delicious dessert. It’s become a lifestyle.  We affectionately say that we’re living the pie life. Making pie and sharing it with others has become a way to approach life in a simple, beautiful and generous way.

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Pie Eyed Love

If you find yourself nodding in agreement, feeling this same passion and enthusiasm for pie, join us!  We want to encourage others to make pie while building a community that appreciates the power of sharing food with others.

Your partners in pie,

Emily and Christie

Em Christie laughing

 

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5 Responses to “Drunk on Pie”

  1. Valerie @ Sex, Food, and Rock & Roll October 14, 2011 at 11:26 am #

    Hi! I was just directed to your site by a friend of mine who works for your dad! I think this is such a great idea. I love baking but I’m only so-so with pies so I’m looking forward to following your adventures and hopefully I’ll learn with you!

    • emilythome October 14, 2011 at 4:41 pm #

      Hi, Valerie! You must know Robert – that was so nice of him to pass along the word about my pie obsession. 🙂 So glad to connect with you! Love your blog title – I’ll go check it out! If you make some pie, check back and let me know how it went. I love learning along with people! Have a great weekend!

      • Valerie @ Sex, Food, and Rock & Roll October 14, 2011 at 5:49 pm #

        Yep! Robert’s my amigo and co-design overlord. He told me you were “an avid practitioner of the culinary arts” and that I should check out your blog. 🙂

  2. Marg October 14, 2011 at 10:17 pm #

    Pie is better than cake if the crust is yummy, melty, thinly crusty. There must be a gooey filling of luscious fruit, or a creamy swoosh of chocolate or lemon cream. A tiny little pie would be great–one or two bites of overkill flavor but underkill guilt. Marg

    • emilythome October 14, 2011 at 11:41 pm #

      Hey there! You are so nice to indulge my pie blog. Don’t judge my writing. 🙂 I’m in complete agreement on the filling to crust ratio and texture. Maybe I’ll send some home for you with my parents this weekend if I make a good batch!

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