Guys, it’s been too long. I’m having a summer just full to the brim with blessings in the form of friends’ smiles, mountaintop sunrises, perfect beach days, and late night chats. While this means that my blog has become secondary in priority for a little while, I haven’t stopped making pie (and I hope you haven’t stopped checking in!). Keep an eye open for posts about the three pies I’ve made since July…one of them features summer corn. Say whaaat?
For now, I just wanted to let you in on a sweet deal, before the opportunity passes. I’m only in the know on this because I’m a member of Ken Haedrich’s online Pie Academy (and you should be too; it’s free!). Ken has purchased a number of Le Creuset bakeware items and is having a private sale. Follow this link to check out the items he has available.
I’ve been hankering for some mini pie dishes (because mini pies are cute) and a pie bird (because, put a bird on it). So that’s what I ordered. I was very excited when these treasures arrived in the mail the other day!
Now to decide what kind of mini pies to make first…
Jerusha Foltz said:
I was thinking about you just the other day Jess! I happen to have a new addiction to the blog “The Everywhereist” and one of her commenters mentioned a B&B in Rockland, Maine called The Berry Manor. This is what they said:
“The Berry Manor has fresh pies (blueberry, blackberry and cherry) available all day long and you can just go into the kitchen and eat and eat and eat. That’s right – you can eat as much pie as you want , anytime you want, day or night — it’s pie heaven!”
To see for yourself go to http://www.berrymanorinn.com and click on “Breakfast and Beyond.” Does this not sound like the coolest B&B ever?!
I love this, Jerusha!!