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Perfect Apple Pie

Perfect Apple Pie

Man, Thanksgiving is the worst! Seriously, someone’s gotta say it. I’ve been putting off posting this recipe for apple pie for weeks because I could not for the life of me figure out how I was going to squeeze into one blog post exactly how much a celebration of imperialism and genocide over a feast...
Vegan Peanut Butter Silk Pie

Vegan Peanut Butter Silk Pie

This vegan peanut butter silk pie is absolutely one of the most absurd foods I have ever made — and that’s saying something, since embarking on absurd food projects is kind of a thing of mine. I know you can make a perfectly tasty peanut butter pie with tofu as the main ingredient, but man,...
Blueberry Pie with Cornmeal Crust

Blueberry Pie with Cornmeal Crust

Blueberry season has just come to a close in Connecticut, and you better believe I took full advantage of the picking season. I was a little self-conscious about how many berries I picked, but honestly, once I’d thrown 6 cups into this blueberry pie with a cornmeal crust, I realized I could’ve gotten more. Next...
Chocolate Cream Pie

Chocolate Cream Pie

Chocolate cream pie needs no introduction, right? Here we have a flaky, buttery crust filled with dark chocolate custard, piled high with creamy whipped topping, and sprinkled with chocolate curls. Are you with me now?
Chocolate Curls

Chocolate Curls

Chocolate curls are surprisingly easy to make, and will positively make your pies and cakes and kitchen counter look six hundred times fancier.
Best Vegan Pecan Pie

Best Vegan Pecan Pie

This is hands-down the best pecan pie I’ve had in years, if not of all time. I never liked the wet, eggy, lumpy layer so many pecan pies have, so don’t expect that. This is gooey, chewy and candy-like, packed with delicious sugars and fats.
Apple Cheddar Galette

Apple Cheddar Galette

Since I grew up in New England, one of my favorite parts of fall is going apple picking. Apples right off the tree exist in a different dimension than those that’ve been shipped across the country (or farther) to sit on grocery store shelves. So I always haul back a zillion apples and cook up...