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“If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe…”*


Well, maybe not.  This handy reference– a pie for each month, accompanied by recipes for each, aims to simplify:

Each recipe highlights an in-season ingredient – no fancy extras needed – and is paired with one of four crust options, depending on the filling…

Check ’em out at “The Modern Farmer Pie Chart of Pies.”

* Carl Sagan


As we pre-heat, we might recall that it was in 1789 that President George Washington issued a proclamation naming this date as an official holiday of “sincere and humble thanks”– on which the United States celebrated its first Thanksgiving under its new Constitution.



Written by (Roughly) Daily

November 26, 2013 at 1:01 am

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