In honor of National Pie Day on January 23, we’re building on Yankee’s two January/February pie features and taking our love for all things pastry to the next level with this celebration of classic New England pie recipes, the best places to get pie in every New England state, a primer on making pie crust from scratch, and more!
From traditional apple and blueberry to fluffy eggnog chiffon and savory chicken potpie, there’s something for every appetite in this roundup of classic pie recipes from the Yankee archives.
Craving a good slice of pie? Our picks for the best place to get pie in every New England state excel at all things double-crusted, cream-filled, and streusel-topped.
The right amounts of butter, water, flour, and salt are all you need to make the perfect easy pie crust from scratch at home. Here’s how in step-by-step photos from Yankee senior food editor Amy Traverso.
Baking Power | Pie Recipes to Savor (from Yankee’s January/February issue)
In a grassroots salute to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, pies of all kinds bring comfort and purpose. These five recipes are easy to make and versatile enough to be filled with what is seasonal and on hand.
The Pie Maker’s Tool Kit (from Yankee’s January/February issue)
If our January/February cover story has you feeling inspired to give pie baking a try, this collection of baking tools made by New England artisans will get things rolling.