Thank you to Relish Decor for the wonderful blog feature this week!!
If you’re in the area, we’ll be at Relish from 5-7pm for a pie tasting and pre-order event this Saturday, December 20th. We’d love to see you there!
If you’re not able to make it and you’d still like to order a holiday pie, just shoot us an email at email@example.com.
Christmas Pie Menu
Sweet Potato Apple Crumble
Bourbon Apple Crumble
Salted Caramel Apple
Meatless Mince Pie
Chocolate Caramel Pecan
Our pies are $28 apiece, and orders will be available for pick-up at Relish from 11-3pm on Christmas Eve.
Here at DU, we love our pumpkin, pecan, and apple pie, just like we love a warm, cozy winter night. But in the end, nothing can top summer. Peaches, plums, blueberries, raspberries, and all good things are ripe and ready to go into the freshest pies around.
Come see us at the market next Sunday (August 3rd) and we’ll show you just what we mean!
The cold winter means a super late season for mid-Atlantic fruits and vegetables, but a few things are beginning to sprout up. Rhubarb is plentiful in our area, and Virginia’s strawberries are ripe and ready to go.
We’ll be supplementing those strawberries and rhubarb with late-season sweet potatoes and a few lucky apples that slept their winter away in storage just up the road in Pennsylvania. Our sweet potatoes and apples (sweet potato-apple pie, anyone?) were sourced straight from the Urbana Library Farmer’s Market last week, and we can’t wait to put them to good use!
We really mean it. Each and every one of our all-butter crusts is mixed and rolled by hand — no processors, no mixers, no machines. And we’re committed to keeping it that way.
Why? Because we believe that good crust makes the pie, and you can’t make a truly good crust without getting in there and using your hands.
We believe in butter.
We believe in living simply.
We believe that anything worth making takes time.
We believe that pie is always better than cake.
We believe in sleeping under the stars.
We believe in local farms.
We believe in the power of our hands.
We believe in bluegrass.
Most of all, we believe that good food has the power to unite.
… and really good food has power to change the world.
So grab a fork and join us, it’s sure to be the beginning of something big.
The Uprising begins this Sunday, May 18th, at the Urbana Library Farmer’s Market in Frederick, Maryland.
We’ll have whole pies, hand pies, and baguettes to start the weekend, and it won’t be long before we add pasticiotti and cold brew to the mix.
We hope to see you there!
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