Who could have thought that a common dish would have its own celebration and not only for a day, but the whole month? Well, this is possible in February, when the Americans celebrate National Pie Month. The event is also called National Cake Month, but do not mistake it with National Dessert Month, that is in October or with National Fruitcake Day, that takes place on December, 27th. Pie recipes can be found in all sorts of magazines, TV shows and on the Internet. One of the most “reliable to be tasty” source for this dessert is National Pie Council’s recipe index. However, not all pies are sweet. For instance, Chicken Pot Pie or Meat Pie are eaten as a main course. So, forget about diets this month and let’s celebrate together the National Pie Month!
Blue Owl’s Levee High Caramel Apple Pecan Pie, Kimmswick, Missouri
Blue Owl’s Levee High Caramel Apple Pecan Pie is to be eaten especially in the neighborhood from the Mississippi River. The pie is made from thin sliced tart and sweet apples buttressed between crispy crusts.
Shoo-fly pie, Ronks, Pennsylvania
The dessert that tells your tummy assert “howdy”, according to Ella Fitzgerald‘s 1945 song, is a brown-sugar-and-molasses-based pie, with creamy flavor, which can be tasted by those interested in this unique recipe in
Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County, the store of this pie.
Buttermilk pie from Tootie Pie Company in Boerne, Texas
Buttermilk pie from Tootie Pie is a classic custard pie, made with buttermilk. The flavor and smell of fresh-cooked waffle cone full of cake batter leaves you with a high interest to taste this pie from America.
Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie, Oahu, Hawaii
Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie is a coconut based pie, which can be found in Hawaii. The great ingredients and tasty aspect, flaky, golden crust, makes every visitor curious about traveling to Hawaii and taste Chocolate Haupia Cream Pie.
Cherry crumb pie From Grand Traverse Pie Company in Traverse City, Michigan
Grand Traverse Pie Company in Michigan serves up delectable Northern Michigan Montmorency tart cherries—locally grown in Traverse City, the “Cherry Capital of the World“—in irresistible pie form. Take advantage of this opportunity because cherries are not something to find all year long in this area. The cherry crumb pie delivers perfectly tart fruit topped with a crumble reminiscent of homemade Scottish shortbread.
Southern pecan pie, Sarasota, Florida
Amish bakeries are a special dessert in National Pie Month, especially when they are baked by bonnet-clad grandmothers. From its sweet, salty, and buttery Southern Pecan Pie to its popular favorite Peanut Butter Cream, Mrs. Yoder and her family offer plenty of reasons to take a break from Sarasota’s sunny beaches long enough to savor a slice.