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The Pie Lady moves on

The state-owned American Gothic House in Eldon, Iowa, made famous by painter Grant Wood, has lost its tenant. Beth Howard, who has been living there and baking and selling pies from the house since moving in back in 2010, becoming famous in the process, has moved out. 345 more words

the world needs more pie

My daughter loves to cook and bake so naturally she’d heard of Beth Howard.  She told me a few weeks ago that Ms. American Pie… 329 more words


The Benefits of a Meat-Free Friday

My Lenten sacrifices–well, sacrifice, singular–are pretty paltry, I’ll admit: eat no meat on Fridays. It’s no sacrifice at all, really. Last night, I made from scratch–pastry and all–an onion-red pepper-Monterey Jack quiche. 36 more words

Savory Baking

Happy Pi Day 2014

Happy Pi Day 2014!  

I will make a pie later today, a Beef and Stout Pie* to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day/Weekend. Will you bake a pie? 374 more words


Making Piece by Beth Howard

So first, just in case you’re in NYC anytime now through Labor Day … Governor’s Island is OPEN every weekend with free ferries leaving from Brooklyn and the southern tip of Manhattan. 825 more words


For the love of pie

I don’t know how I started a food blog. That was never my intent. But here I am snapping photos of every meal, dreaming up new recipes to share with a small collection of folk who follow my humble blog. 504 more words

Making + Baking

Book Review: Making Piece: Love, Loss and Pie by Beth Howard

That’s right this book is by Harlequin, maker of romance novels. What of it? I’m secure. “Making Piece” is a memoir of a difficult time for author, Beth Howard. 367 more words