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Pie In the Sky

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I try not to have favorites. I really do. Putting that qualifier-“favorite”-on anything puts undo pressure on both myself and on the object of my attention. Favorite songs, favorite movies, favorite restaurants; it’s all just a seriously slippery slope from adulation to expectation. That said, I really do think apples are my favorite fruit. I can’t help it. If my family had a coat of arms, I think apples would be on them.

To that end, I thought I’d share with you a few of my apple pie recipes from A Year Of Pies. Featured on two websites, the North Carolina periodical Our State and the Canadian blog The Art of Doing Stuff, don’t be surprised if you find yourself professing hyperbolic fruit preferences yourself.

*Chai Spice Apple Pie

*Brandy & Spice Apple Hand Pies

And for those of you looking to step up your pie dough-making skills, check out this post I did on crafting perfect pie dough on Design Sponge several years ago.

What about you? Have a beloved apple recipe? I’d love to hear about it!

2 Responses to Pie In the Sky

  • Dana says:

    Ashley! I love your books, advice, words, work….. is there any way you will teach a Craftsy or Creativebug class? Many aloha hugs!

  • Aimee says:

    We make an apple onion ale relish every year that is out of this world and tastes amazing on grilled cheese!