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Blissful rhubarb & strawberry pie
Giving back in our local community. Contributing 5% of our profits to community gardens, feeding the hungry at local food pantries.
pie of the month
The Pie of the Month Club - Every month you'll receive the chosen pie flavor.
creative pie
What to learn how to make a fabulous crust? Join one of our classes to learn how to make a great pastry for your pies.

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Money Talks
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Share This: Money talks a lot. When don’t we talk about money? Sedona pies is producing educational events to help food Entrepreneurs grow their businesses. This is a part of of Educational Talk Series We have put together a talk on where to find money for your food business. Whether your are just starting out or need some more omen to scale up and expand you’ll find the information... Read more

Getting Your Share of the Pie
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Share This: Getting your share of the pie, which means getting seed capital or a micro-loan. Myra Goldrick interviewed me on Blab about Kiva Zip and how I used them to fund Sedona Pies. Never say, it’s impossible. This is Myra’s mantra and tag line. Read more about Myra on her website. Read more

We are 100% Funded
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Share This: Yes! We are 100% funded through Kiva Zip as of February 19th, 2016. I have been spending my time calling following up leads for a shared commercial kitchen, so we can start selling Sedona Pies. Food 4 Social Change – has come up with a plan for a commercial kitchen development, we have just come to the place of where can we put it? With the land... Read more

Mincement Pies
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Share This: The recorded history of mincemeat pies can be traced to the year 1413, when it was served at the coronation of Henry V of England. In the late 1600’s, mincemeat was served as a meat pie flavored with fruit and spices. Read more about it During the Stuart and Georgian times, in the UK, mince pies were a status symbol at Christmas! Very rich people liked to... Read more

Gluten Free Flour Reviews
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Share This: Gluten Free Flour Reviews came about as I’ve been experimenting with a couple of new flours for making pie pastry. Coconut Flour by Nutiva, I found this flour in Costco – I was excited to find something that would possibly be something I could use for gluten free pie orders. Sunday, I took this Coconut flour out for a spin making pastry shells for Thanksgiving dinner. I... Read more

Fall Harvest Pie
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Share This: Nothing like a fall harvest pie to experience the the warmth of the fall season. Pumpkin is very versatile in making muffins, bread, jam, marmalade, crepes, soups and not just for jack-o-lanterns. The contents, the meat of the pumpkin freezes well for future uses. I prefer to use real pumpkin rather than canned pumpkin..it just a personal preference. 1.5 cups of cooked pumpkin + 1 Tablespoon cornstarch... Read more

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