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November 21, 2009
M ost people think of Thanksgiving as Turkey Day. Maybe it's my Midwestern roots, but no matter how succulent the bird, I have room in my heart for only one love on the fourth Thursday in November: pie. I divide the year into two seasons, pie and no pie, with the pie season running from the first strawberries and rhubarb in the spring through cherries, blueberries and peaches in the summer and finally, to the fall, when the true glories of...
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NEWS
July 31, 2014
As the Orioles continue their winning season and hold a lead in the American League East, it is exciting to see many different players contributing to the success. It is truly a team effort. Many players have had the opportunity to be featured in MASN's post-game interview. It's unfortunate that again and again, Adam Jones finds it necessary to steal their moment in the spotlight by throwing a pie in their face on live TV ( "The Orioles are pitching Dangerously Delicious victory pies," June 13)
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NEWS
October 14, 2013
Holy Cross Church in Street recently held a peach pie contest at its annual Fall Festival. The festival raises funds for their many charitable projects.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin, For The Baltimore Sun and By Karen Nitkin, For The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
When Edward Bosco and Marianne Kresevich decided to open a pizza restaurant, they didn't choose his hometown of Brooklyn, N.Y. And they didn't pick Chicago, where they were living at the time. Instead, the husband and wife moved to Baltimore and opened Verde in Canton. "We felt differentiating ourselves would be easier in Baltimore," says Bosco. Their rustic-chic restaurant, which opened in 2012, is among a handful of places that are bringing higher-quality pizza to the region. Without a pizza shop on every corner, entrepreneurs in Baltimore see room to carve out their own slice of the action, offering pies that meet a growing pizza sophistication.
SPORTS
By JOHN EISENBERG | September 3, 1993
There is, of course, one good and entirely selfish reason why Baltimore should embrace the concept of the NFL expanding by four teams instead of two: It means we get our team, period. Any shred of doubt is eliminated. No more maybe. Final score: Baltimore gets the ball. Go Rhavens!In other words, it's overwhelmingly, irrefutably, 100-percent-and-no-less self-serving for us to agree with the XTC four-team idea, which was posed publicly for the first time the other day by Jerry Jones, the Cowboys' owner and cultural icon.
FEATURES
By DONNA PIERCE and DONNA PIERCE,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 5, 2005
When a chill hits the air, pumpkin displays replace summer melons in the supermarket's produce section. And with them come questions from readers about cooking with pumpkins. How does canned pumpkin stack up to fresh? What's the difference between pureed pumpkin and pumpkin pie filling? "Unless you're dead-set on experimenting, use the canned variety - one of the few foods better canned than fresh," Doris Townsend writes in The Cook's Companion. Why? Because supermarket pumpkins tend to be stringy.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | May 3, 2009
TORONTO -The Felix Pie experiment hasn't officially ended, but his grip on the starting left-field job has loosened significantly. Pie was held out of Saturday's starting lineup for the fourth time in the past five games, and Orioles manager Dave Trembley acknowledged that he wants to take a longer look at Lou Montanez. "I don't think you grade Pie after 54 or 55 at-bats or whatever he's had, but competition is a healthy thing," said Trembley, the first time this season he has acknowledged that the left-field job isn't set in stone.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
It was a chance to throw a pie in the face of a teacher -- with no danger of being suspended."Do you accept the challenge, Mr. Flanagan?" English teacher Richard Thompson asked seventh-grader Danny Flanagan at Westminster's West Middle School on Friday."
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | September 16, 2009
There was a time earlier this season when the Orioles couldn't find playing time for Felix Pie. Now, with center fielder Adam Jones out for the remainder of the season with an ankle sprain and left fielder Nolan Reimold dealing with an Achilles tendon injury, missing Pie for the past few days has been a blow to the club's starting lineup. Pie, who hadn't played since leaving Friday's game with back spasms, ran, threw and swung a bat Monday and arrived at the park early Tuesday to swing again before pronouncing himself healthy.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | August 15, 2009
Seldom-used Orioles left fielder Felix Pie on Friday night became the fourth player in franchise history to hit for the cycle and the first to apologize afterward. In the Orioles' 16-6 thumping of the Los Angeles Angels - a game in which Orioles heralded rookie right-hander Chris Tillman earned his first career victory - Pie accomplished what only Aubrey Huff, Cal Ripken Jr. and Brooks Robinson before him had done in an Orioles uniform. Batting eighth, Pie doubled in the first, homered in the third and singled to lead off the seventh before coming to bat again in the Orioles' seven-run inning.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2014
Rodney Henry is picking up and moving to Texas. Henry, the founder of Dangerously Delicious Pies and former contestant on “Food Network Star,” has sold his house and is moving to Austin, where he's been living part-time over the past four years.  In September, Henry will start operating a pie business on the grounds of The Lost Well, a bar and live-music venue in the city's East Austin neighborhood, which Forbes magazine ranked...
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 10, 2014
Well I reckon if you're going to throw a big pie-themed party in Baltimore, it makes good sense to have Rodney "The Pie Man" Henry on board.  Sure enough, Henry, the founder of Baltimore's Dangerously Delicious Pies, will be bringing his inimitable "Pie Style" to   PIE at the Patterson , a pie-themed party at the Creative Alliance on Friday night. Henry will be among the judges for the evening's centerpiece, a creative pie-making contest open to all guests.
FEATURES
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
The Orioles have been lobbing some tasty pies. For the past two years, outfielder Adam Jones has been smashing shaving cream pies into teammates' faces to celebrate big wins. This year, the pie smashes have gotten a lot more fun thanks to a daily delivery from Baltimore's Dangerously Delicious Pies.  Notice catcher Caleb Joseph's sugary sweet grin in the photo the team posted to Instagram following last night's 4-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.   People with a faceful of shaving cream don't look quite so happy.
SPORTS
By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2014
The personality of veteran wide receiver Steve Smith is routinely on display, whether he's shoving cornerbacks around on the field or reacting to suggestions that he's past his prime. The Ravens' new starting wide receiver celebrated his 35th birthday this month. After organized team activities Thursday, during which Smith made several acrobatic catches, he was asked whether his best days as a football player are behind him. “The sense of urgency, I could really [not] care less about that,” Smith said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2014
Ed Levy from Baltimore was hoping I would be able to get the recipe for the salted chocolate caramel pie that he and his wife so enjoyed at Bottega, the new restaurant located in the Station North neighborhood in Baltimore. It was one of two desserts on the menu the night he and his wife dined there with friends, and they all thought it was one of the single best desserts they had ever had. They ordered one slice to share and liked it so much they asked for a second. I contacted Adrien Aeschliman, the chef-owner of Bottega, and he graciously provided me with his recipe for the pie. He said he adapted it from a recipe from Marlow & Sons restaurant in Brookyln, N.Y. This deliciously decadent creation may not be for the inexperienced cook.
NEWS
October 14, 2013
Holy Cross Church in Street recently held a peach pie contest at its annual Fall Festival. The festival raises funds for their many charitable projects.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | August 24, 2009
CHICAGO -- Orioles center fielder Adam Jones stayed in Sunday's series finale against the Chicago White Sox just long enough to break his 0-for-13 slump at the plate. Jones, who hurt his back in an at-bat that ended with an RBI single in the top of the first, was removed from the game before the start of the bottom half of the inning. He was diagnosed with mild mid-back muscle spasms, an injury that could keep him out of the Orioles' lineup for a couple of days but isn't initially believed to be serious.
SPORTS
By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
It's become a tradition at the end of most Orioles wins: the player with the best performance will usually receive a shaving cream pie to the face courtesy of center fielder Adam Jones during a MASN on-field interview. After the Orioles' 6-3 win over Houston on Thursday , the newest Oriole received a welcome of his own. Jones and second baseman Alexi Casilla pied Bud Norris simultaneously following the right-hander's two-run, six-inning, eight-strikeout performance against his former team.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Julie Rothman,
For The Baltimore Sun
| July 30, 2013
Mary Kilby from Timonium was in search of the recipe for the delicious banana cream pie that used to be served at Toddle House restaurants in the 1950s. Toddle House was a national quick-service restaurant chain with locations throughout the United States. It specialized in breakfast but was open 24/7. Even though the chain has been closed for years it still has quite a devoted fan base, including its own Facebook page. While there are copycat recipes for some of the chain's other famous dishes, unfortunately, I had no luck finding any recipes for their banana cream pie. However, Patsy Schlemmer from Bremen, Ind., saw Kilby's request and shared a recipe for a banana cream pie that she said came from one of her mother's cookbooks from the 1950s.
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