There is a lot to be said about pie … literally. In researching guest authors and information about pies for Pie-Palooza 2017, I found some really interesting entries. What I present to you today, is a list of five of the more interesting reads about pie.
Pie: It’s gloppy, it’s soggy, it’s un-American.
By Nathan Heller on Slate.com
Heller writes about how unpleasant eating pie can be and shares some thoughts on the history of pie. A very entertaining read!
A Brief History of Pie
By Laura Mayer at Time.com
Definitely brief, but interesting, as well. It also debunks a couple of popular ideas about pies in history.
The Pie Family and All the Cousins: Pies, Tarts, and Everything in Between (or on top of) Pie Crust
By Renee Shelton on PastrySampler.com
A glossary of pies and related desserts.
Memories of Milk Pie
By Diane Stoneback on Morning Call
I’ve never heard of milk pie, but after reading this I certainly would like to try some!
Smells like nostalgia: Why do scents bring back memories?
By Meghan Holohan on NBCNews.com
Go to any candle shop and there will be several pie-related scents available. This article sheds light on why scents trigger memories.
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