Bake Some Pies with Fannie Farmer: Recap

It has been quite some time since I have shared any of my pie adventures with you loyal readers (I'd love to hear from some of you in the comments to prove that I'm not imagining you) but rest assured I have still been on my baking journey.  At this point I believe I have almost completed most of the pies that require fresh seasonal produce.  There are only a few left that I will have to decide whether or not I will make them with what I happen to find in the grocery store or wait until next season. 

Since my last update the pies have been either incredible, or at least quite tasty.  Nothing I tried recenlty has been a complete dud so I am happy about that.  I am also incredibly thankful to my Life Group at Dallas Barnhartvale Church for helping me eat them all!  Sometimes 'doing life together' looks like deep, meaningful conversations, and sometimes it looks like eating a whole lot of pie!  Thanks for being my guinea pigs!


  1. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
  2. Strawberries and Lemon Custard in Meringue
  3. Almost Rhubarb Pie
  4. Plum Cobbler
  5. Yogurt Custard Fruit Pie
  6. American Apple Pie
  7. Deep Dish Peach Pie
  8. Banana Cream Pie
  9. Fresh Pear Pie
  10. Pumpkin Pie
  11. Purely Apple Pie
  12. Deep Dish Apple Pie
  13. Sweet Potato Pie
  14. Buttermilk Pie
  15. Deep Dish Berry Pie
  16. Pineapple Cream Pie
  17. Maple Syrup Cream Pie
  18. Spice Pie
  19. Vinegar Pie
  20. Apple Cobbler
  21. Fresh Plum Pie
  22. Sour Cream Pumpkin Pie
  23. Raspberry Chiffon Pie
  24. Fresh Apricot Pie
  25. Fresh Peach Pie
  26. Apricot Cobbler
  27. Vanilla Cream Pie I
  28. Marlborough Pie
  29. Green Tomato Pie
  30. Apricot Turnovers
  31. Raisin Pie
  32. Fresh Berry Pie
  33. Apple Pandowdy
  34. Deep Dish Apricot Pineapple Pie
  35. Deep Dish Cherry Pie
  36. Fresh Cherry Pie
  37. Entire Rhubarb Pie
  38. Cherry Turnovers
  39. Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
  40. Cranberry Pie
  41. Ricotta Cheese Pie
  42. Deep Dish Plum Pie