Knowing the story behind the food – the ancient history, or the family history, or even the history of one particular ingredient – can infuse a dish with meaning ...

Knowing the story behind the food – the ancient history, or the family history, or even the history of one particular ingredient – can infuse a dish with meaning ...

This blueberry pie recipe is right from scratch.  It smell amazing when it is baking and is wonderful on its own or served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

This blueberry pie recipe is right from scratch. It smell amazing when it is baking and is wonderful on its own or served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

What do you call a gluten-free Pumpkin Pie that's also a refined-sugar-free and dairy-free Pumpkin Pie? EASY! A Healthy Pumpkin Pie! This specific one could also be called The Best Healthy Pumpkin Pie in the history of Pies! Yes, seriously!

What do you call a gluten-free Pumpkin Pie that's also a refined-sugar-free and dairy-free Pumpkin Pie? EASY! A Healthy Pumpkin Pie! This specific one could also be called The Best Healthy Pumpkin Pie in the history of Pies! Yes, seriously!

The History of Pie in America. Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

The History of Pie in America. Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

History of Pie - Pie History | The purpose of a pastry shell was mainly to serve as a baking dish, storage container, and serving vessel, and these are often too hard to actually eat. For hundreds of years, it was the only form of baking container used, meaning everything was a pie. The first pies, called "coffins" or "coffyns" (the word actually meant a basket or box) were savory meat pies with the crusts or pastry being tall, straight-sided with sealed-on floors and lids. [KEEP READING...]

History of Pie - Pie History | The purpose of a pastry shell was mainly to serve as a baking dish, storage container, and serving vessel, and these are often too hard to actually eat. For hundreds of years, it was the only form of baking container used, meaning everything was a pie. The first pies, called "coffins" or "coffyns" (the word actually meant a basket or box) were savory meat pies with the crusts or pastry being tall, straight-sided with sealed-on floors and lids. [KEEP READING...]

Cakes Throughout U.S. History - infographic designed by Jay Layman for Cook's Country http://www.cookscountry.com/ #history #cakes #food

Cakes Throughout U.S. History - infographic designed by Jay Layman for Cook's Country http://www.cookscountry.com/ #history #cakes #food

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

Read about the history of pie in America. Pie is a national symbol of abundance, and an important (and tasty!) part of our food heritage.

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