1. Though there’s nothing wrong with stockpiling your summer berry bounty in the freezer for an almost-fresh pie in the dead of winter, everyone knows that pies are best made with the freshest fruit you can find. So, apple pie is our quintessential fall treat, rhubarb welcomes the return of spring and a blueberry pie, while best with fresh berries, transports you to a hot day in mid-July even if you use frozen berries in January.
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    Though there’s nothing wrong with stockpiling your summer berry bounty in the freezer for an almost-fresh pie in the dead of winter, everyone knows that pies are best made with the freshest fruit you can find. So, apple pie is our quintessential fall treat, rhubarb welcomes the return of spring and a blueberry pie, while best with fresh berries, transports you to a hot day in mid-July even if you use frozen berries in January.

    via Kitchen Window: The Pies Of Late Summer

    Get recipes for Nothing-In-The-House Pie Crust, Peach-Pecan Pie, Fig-Pistachio Tarte Tatin and Plum And Orange Flower Custard Galette.

  2. PIE!

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