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Registration is now open for the 7th Annual Good Food Pie Contest. The event is Sunday, October 4th at The Fowler Museum at UCLA. Find out how to enter your pie in one of 7 categories. If you have any questions they will likely they will be answered here.
Mark your calendars bakers. KCRW’s annual Good Food Pie Contest returns to The Fowler Museum at UCLA on October 4th, 2015.
It’s no secret that we love pie here at Good Food, and when we learned about Allison Kave’s boozey pies at her Brooklyn based shop Butter & Scotch we had to know more.
Lisa Donovan is the pastry chef at Husk restaurant in Nashville. We spotted her Buttermilk Chess Pie while watching the second season of Mind of a Chef on PBS. She says chess pie is a dessert that defines Southern bakers.
Don’t pie-crastinate! Read these tips before practicing your pie skills for the Good Food pie contest.
Try this recipe for a savory pie from South Africa.
The results are in! Here is a list of the first, second and third place winners at the 5th Annual Good Food Pie Contest. Baker Sharon Graves received a hat trick for Best Fruit Pie, Best Crust and Best in Show.
Her perfectly prepared apple pie proved that sometimes classic is best.
Pie contest judges get your spandex out – this year we received a record breaking 347 entries from 263 contestants for the 5th Annual Good Food Pie Contest. Registration is now closed for the event, but come on out and cheer on the bakers and taste their pies this Saturday, September 7th at LACMA. Good Food’s own Evan Kleiman will preside over the afternoon pie …
Jonathan Gold, Susan Feniger, Christine Moore, Tal Ronnen and 12 More to Join KCRW Good Food Pie Contest Judging Panel
The second round of judges for KCRW’s 5th Annual Good Food Pie Contest, includes Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic Jonathan Gold and Susan Feniger, owner and chef of STREET and Border Grill. The all-star lineup of foodies, pâtissieres, restaurant owners and celebrities, also welcomes Jonathan Gold, Susan Feniger, Garrett Snyder, Hourie Sahakian, Amy Rowat, Robert Wemischner, Meadow Ramsey, Tal Ronen, Lindsay William Ross, Christine …
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Foolproof – that’s one word that has been used repeatedly to describe Cooks Illustrated‘s so-called vodka pie dough. And while he won’t take full credit for the recipe, Christopher Kimball will admit that he and his team at Cook’s Illustrated popularized the now time-tested technique of substituting vodka for 1/2 of the water in your favorite pie dough recipe. Here’s a quick explanation from …