It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Pie season! I love making pies, especially with homemade crust. I always have a few balls of pie dough in the freezer ready to be made into pies. Apple, pumpkin, chocolate, berry, ice cream, chess — you name it and I probably love it.
And you should love it too. Making pie from scratch is not as hard as it sounds. I always make my pie crusts from Martha Stewart’s basic påte brisée recipe and I knead it in a bowl with my pastry blender. You have to do some planning to make it in advance enough, or you can just keep it in the freezer until you need it like I do. Making pies takes patience and practice! (For bonus points, you can make your own ice cream to go with your holiday pies. Here’s everything you need to make homemade homemade ice cream!)
Here are my favorite pie-baking essentials:
1. Ceramic Ruffled Pie Dish by Emile Henry // 2. Straight & Fluted Pastry Cutter by Williams-Sonoma // 3. Metallic Storage Jar by Bormioli Rocco // 4. Reusable Wooden Pie Carrier by PieBox // 5. Marble Rolling Pin by One Kings Lane // 6. Pie School: Lessons in Fruit, Flour & Butter by Kate Lebo // 7. Hammered Copper Pie Server by Sur La Table // 8. Starburst Dessert Plates by One Kings Lane // 9. Pastry Blender by OXO // 10. Cake Dome by Hotel Collection // 11. Milk Glass Cake Stand by Mosser Glass // 12. Ceramic Pie Weights by Williams-Sonoma // 13. Pie Crust Shield by Sur La Table // 14. Parchment Paper by Williams-Sonoma
Speaking of Thanksgiving, I’m so excited that this week is Blogsgiving! Last year, my friend Meghan of Cake ‘n Knife and I planned a big round-up of Thanksgiving recipes, and this year we’re making it better than ever! Follow along with the hashtag #blogsgivingdinner and see Part 1 and Part 2 of our recipe round-ups, which we are updating throughout the week! // susannah
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