A Heartwarming Apple Pie

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A Heartwarming Apple Pie, recently I made this apple pie from granny smith pies which I don’t usually use them basically because they require more sugar. It’s delicious with whipped cream or perhaps ice cream. How I made the apple pie – use this recipe – pastry crust recipe, then I cut out the seeds, core and then I thinly slice the apples 🍏 with the skin on. Why create extra work by peeling them? Plus … Read more

Let’s Talk About Pie Trends 2019

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Let’s talk about pie trends 2019. In the early 50’s to 60’s pie’s were a tradition for desserts, come the rise of fresh, frozen pies, to turnovers.  Then we’ve moved into the 70’s fast food pies like McDonald’s turnovers. In the 80’s is where we began to have more organic, artisan baking..taking a look at what we are eating, and the years are moving along people are recognizing their sensitivities to chemicals, food allergies, corn syrup, … Read more

A Sweet Potato is not a Potato it’s better

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A Sweet Potato is not a Potato it’s better, belongs to the bindweed or morning glory family, it’s large, starchy, sweet-tasting, tuberous roots are sweet roots The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas), tuberous roots are a root vegetable. Not a potato family nor does it belong to the nightshade family. The sweet potato, especially the orange variety, is often called a “yam” in parts of North America, but is botanically very distinct from true yams. Learnt something new about Sweet … Read more

Holiday Seasonal Pies 2019

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Holiday Seasonal Pies 2019, a special menu has been created for the holiday season. Some new flavors are being introduced, which I am sure you’ll love. Where is the pie menu? I can’t find it… do you have this problem? I have you covered it’s listed in a couple of places on the menu bar, also under the Pie Club Membership and you’ll find the pictures and prices in the shopping cart. Shipping, I was speaking … Read more

A Holiday Slab Pie or a Pen or Cup?

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A holiday slab pie or a pen or cup? It’s a question I’ve been asking others about. They want to receive a pie.  Givers would rather give a pen or cup Why? When Holiday Slab Pies are a great way to serve your hungry crowd and you don”t even need a pie plate. They are just as easy to make, well maybe for people who love to bake. Better than a pen or cup with someone’s … Read more

Using Sedona Pies, to promote Kindness

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Using Sedona Pies, to promote Kindness was the theme at the Food & Wine Fest last Thursday. Mocha which was Kahula & Peaches also went missing.  We had several people ask for that flavor, I couldn’t find them.. guess where it went?  Jai & Karen were helping me at the Fest that afternoon, Jai was doing a little networking too, by dropping of the swag bags to the vendors at the event. Mocha and a few … Read more

Appreciation: The Unexpected Bliss

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Appreciation the unexpected bliss is about giving from your heart, showing your appreciation for expected or unexpected kindness from the people you work with, or who are in your life. “Appreciation can make a day, even change a life. Your willingness to put it into words is all that is necessary.” – Margaret Cousins Think of the last time you received unexpected appreciation. What was said? How did it make you feel about yourself? How did … Read more

Do you ask for reviews?

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Do you ask for reviews? Asking for reviews or referrals seem to be a challenge for some businesses, when do I ask? How should I ask? I always ask for a review after I get a response from the customer once they have said it’s good, they enjoyed it. If they did not, I will ask why not, was there something that I can do to make it right? Some may say something and people are … Read more

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