Official Portland Pie Council 2012 Cookbook
These are more than just cookbooks—these are celebrations of pie, compiled in honor of National Pie Day (January 23) and available for sale as a fundraiser for Preble Street, a uniquely effective homeless shelter in Portland, Maine.
There are 47 recipes inside the Cookbook that cover sweet pies, savory pies, and recipes that will actually get you excited about crust! Then there are 12 pie-inspired poems, 4 interviews, 2 short stories, notes on the recipes from the bakers themselves, and more...it's like a literary magazine with a sense of humor and a kitchen full of family recipes for America's favorite dessert!
Did you know that history's first recorded pie recipe was for a honey and goat cheese pie? That recipe is on page iii! Are you aware that "pastry terrorists" in Quebec have a well-documented history of pie-ing politicians in public? More fun facts about weaponized pie as a form of civil discourse are on page 62!
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Dave handles online sales for this project and mails out your copy!
All proceeds from your purchase of the Official Portland Pie Council Cookbook 2012 benefit Preble Street and their mission to "provide accessible barrier-free services to empower people experiencing problems with homelessness, housing, hunger, and poverty, and to advocate for solutions to these problems."
For more information on Preble Street, check out: www.preblestreet.org