by T.K. Brady in Recipes, View All Posts, March 14th, 2017
by Allison Milam in Holidays, View All Posts, November 8th, 2014
Not that you need a reason to get creative in the kitchen, but Pi Day seems as good an excuse as any. March 14th is a favorite holiday of mathematicians — and gives everyone else a reason to chow down on treats centered around, well, pie. In honor of 3.14, here are some pie-inspired dessert recipes that we’re irrationally excited to make. Read more
by Sara Levine in Recipes, March 14th, 2014
There is nothing quite like rolling into your Thanksgiving feast with a homemade, fresh-from-the-oven pie. Whether pumpkin or pecan, apple or peanut butter, a good pie ends the biggest meal of the year on a high note that can carry you through till next November. In the spirit of Thanksgiving and all that is sweet, Food Network presents step-by-step how-tos for building the perfect pie, revealing the ins and outs of everything from making the perfect crust to giving your slice a unique, unexpected touch (spoiler alert: fire is involved).
by Joseph Erdos in Recipes, July 29th, 2013
Our favorite geeky holiday, Pi Day, is upon us. What better way to celebrate 3.14 than to try a new pie recipe? This Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Pie mash-up from Food Network Kitchen features one of our favorite classic American cookies nestled within a buttery pie crust. Crunchy and chewy at the same time, this hybrid pie is wonderful served slightly warm a la mode, or with a dollop of unsweetened whipped cream. Treat yourself to a slice or 3.14 — it’s Pi Day!
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by Sarah De Heer in Recipes, August 12th, 2011
There aren’t many reasons to turn on the oven during summer, especially in the middle of a heat wave. But if there ever was a reason, it would be to bake a seasonal fruit pie or tart. Summer is the time to bake with beautiful fruits like blueberries, raspberries, peaches, cherries, strawberries, plums and more because that’s when these fruits are in their prime.
FN Dish has put together a great selection of 10 pie and tart recipes to bake this summer, along with tips for making the best pie yet. If you can take the heat for a couple of hours (with the a/c turned on high), then make one of these amazing pies.
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by Heather Ramsdell in How-to, August 5th, 2011
This post is dedicated to our fellow food blogger Jennifer Perillo, of In Jennie’s Kitchen. Her husband died suddenly and Jennie’s request of the world was to make a peanut butter pie to give to someone you love. Peanut Butter Pie was Mikey’s favorite and in his honor, Food Network is sharing one of our favorite recipes with you.
There’s something about peanut butter pie that puts a smile on everyone’s face — a chocolate wafer crust is the foundation for a silky-smooth peanut butter filling. So wrap up the week on a sweet note: with family and friends and Emeril’s irresistible pie, slathered in chocolate to make it extra special.
Get the recipe: Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Pie
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There’s no doubt that apple and pumpkin are among some of the most popular pie varieties, but nothing beats a fresh berry or peach pie, especially when the fruits are at their peak. Now, imagine cleaning handfuls of fresh cherries, drying them off and taking time to prepare the filling mixture. You’ve rolled out the crust, baked off the pie and let it cool. The vanilla ice cream is ready and you cut the first piece, only to see your filling run around the pie plate, creating a mushy crust. How can you keep your pie from running and what pie thickeners are appropriate? We asked Food Network Kitchens for their expertise.
The “juiciness” that happens when fruit cooks in a pie is most copious with fruits like berries and peaches, fruits that have a lot of juice, especially during the summer. We use thickeners to add body to these juices so that they can stay inside the pie — or at least close to it — so when we cut into it, the crust stays crisp and the whole thing is more fun to eat.
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