There have been a bunch of wintery days in the city. Order a pie to have during these snowy, blizzardy days! Pear Chocolate Custard Pie has been added to the menu for this Winter. A pie crust lined with cacao chocolate chips, filled with custard and topped with Bosc pears! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
Due to the hurricane along with a few other
extenuating circumstances, we have been reorganizing Pie Birds and were
unable to fill Thanksgiving orders this year. We hope this did not cause
any inconvenience, possibly some disappointed and hungry bellies.
With our new reorganization, Caitlin will now be making her great
home-style pies with a new focus on conscious ingredients. She will
provide gluten free and vegan options for almost all pies along with
old-school versions! Visit nightowlbakery.tumblr.com for the menu or
contact email@example.com for questions and orders.
Jessica, who is known for her NY Times recommended Apple Crumb and
Pumpkin Pecan Pies along with teaching baking at Afterschool Programs in
New York City, will continue baking her delicious pies for Pie Birds
along with some new menu items that have been passed down through her
family! Visit piebirdsblog.blogspot.com or contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and orders.
We hope you
had a wonderful Thanksgiving and have Happy Holidays! It has been a
blessing to bake our pies for so many, and we look forward to continuing
to do so.
"The crusts made by Pie Birds, piebirdsblog.blogspot.com ($25 for a nine-inch pie or six mini-pies), look sturdy, but go to pieces in flaky, buttery splendor. The fillings are lovely, too (light apple crumb, pumpkin topped with pecans), but that is incidental. Are the pies technically impeccable? Perhaps not, but they were the ones I kept eating, long after it was necessary for this review. Order by Nov. 19.
The bakers, Jessica Giannone and Caitlin Bebb, said that they met while performing in an all-female production of “Titus Andronicus.” Ms. Giannone played Demetrius, who is killed and baked into a pie, then eaten (unwittingly) by his mother. If this sounds like family Thanksgivings you’ve known, tread carefully this year, and bring your own pie. "