With the holidays around the corner, and pumpkin in the larder, it’s pie season. Wait! Maybe it’s always “Pie Season”.
January– brrr, cold: frozen “Grasshopper” pie with GF “Oreo” Crust.
February– something red: Cherry Pie.
March– cloudy with a chance of rain or snow; citrus season in Florida: Meringue Pies.
April– Patriot’s Day/Boston Marathon: Boston Cream Pie.
May– early times in the garden: Rhubarb Pie.
June– strawberries in the markets: Strawberry Pie.
July– blueberries ripening in the fields: Blueberry Pie.
August – ditto for the blackberries and raspberries: more fruit pie.
September – stone fruit beginning to ripen: peach and pear pies
October – pick-your-own orchards are open: Apple Pie.
November – Thanksgiving: Pumpkin and Mince Pie.
December – something decadent for the holidays: Chocolate Silk Pie.
This rich, “short” crust is easy and delicious. The only tricky part is rolling and transferring…
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