Pane d’ Amore Bakery

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Pane d’ Amore Bakery was Franks baby. When I first met Frank, he’s the Master Bread Baker and his significant other – they were busy, we drove up to Port Townsend to visit them. On August 19, 2010 almost a year later Frank met us in Coupeville, WA for lunch, you can read more about this on the next post. Frank the Founder is on the far right side. What I really wanted to share with … Read more

Country Apple Pie

This apple pie is not my recipe, however I have made it before..it’s really quite good. The pastry recipe is more like a sweet dough. Here we go.. 1 3/4 cups flour 1/4 cup self-rising flour 1 T. icing sugar 2 T of butter 1 egg, lightly beaten 2 T lemon juice 1 egg white Sift the flours, sugar into a bowl and rub in the butter, add the egg and enough lemon juice to mix … Read more

Never Heard of Wine in Pies

Welcome to Sedona Pies. An update on the Tasting from the 26th of June.. It went pretty good. Comments like: “I’ve never heard of wine in pies before” that’s because Sedona Pies created them. “The pies are really good.” Thank you! “How did you think of combining the two ingredients together?” Just experimenting with ingredients to create a wine pie. “Well, they are awesome.” Thank you! When we added whipped cream to the pie, the paring … Read more

Vino Cotto & Pies

A while ago Deanna sent me a bottle of their Vino Cotto to experiment with my pies. Vino is made by Montillo Italian Foods. It’s a Sweet “Cooked wine” Syrup, they followed their family’s 4th generation recipe that came from Calabria, Italy. I have been experimenting, and posted a couple of recipes on Food Buzz – one of them is what I call Strawberry Crush.. You can get the recipe by clicking on this link. Some … Read more

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