classic holiday flavors, reimagined
cranberry crumble pie
Lisa leaves a peekaboo hole in the brown sugarand-oat streusel to glimpse the ruby filling inside. (She confesses this pie, topped with vanilla ice cream, might be her all-time Sister Pie favorite.)
bittersweet chocolate and pear pie
A handful of chopped chocolate sprinkled over the bottom crust melts and mingles with the pear juices while baking, creating a sinfully rich filling.
toasted marshmallow sweet potato pie
A Thanksgiving classic, in pie form. For beautiful bronzing, indulge your inner pyro: Buy an inexpensive culinary blowtorch and toast the meringue until it smells like a campfire s’more.
apple sage gouda pie
Inspired by the traditional combo of apple pie and a wedge of cheese, Lisa adds grated Gouda to her crust and fresh sage to the fruit, creating a sweet pie with savory attitude.
At Sister Pie, the daily soup always comes with a few of these buttery crackers, flecked with seeds, cheese or paprika. You could also serve them with drinks at the holidays.
BEGINNER-FRIENDLY PLAN TO USE YOUR FIRST PRACTICE BATCH OF PASTRY TO MAKE THESE ADDICTIVE (AND FORGIVING) CRACKERS. YOU WON’T HAVE TO ROLL A PERFECT CIRCLE OR CRIMP A PIE’S EDGE.