"Bake a pie after a few too many spritzes and you’ll be crying into a soggy, bubbly mess, spooning forkfuls into your mouth out of desperation, burning your tongue, waking up with berry stains on the sundress that you slept in. Bake a galette in the same scenario, though, and you’re wild and free, and so is your galette, and you’re dancing in your kitchen with no pants on at 3 AM, and the world is a beautiful place, full of stewed fruit and butter."
How to make a summer fruit galette
Taming my new short hair cut, treating bruises and constantly having access to cucumber water. With a guest pick by the wonderful Pie Night Forever.
Non-pie-related advice, but you’ll look so great while you bake after this
"What are you going to do with those pies, boys?"
Before and after. http://ift.tt/1qcUUxU
Kay, that is beautiful. Proud of you for not letting that finished pie waste time being photographed whole - an unnatural state for a good pie.
Sharon Core (below, 2004) recreates Wayne Thiebaud’s Cakes (above, 1961) by hireing a baker that recreates the pop artist’s cakes and capturing them in the exact same lighting and framing.
Raiding the college fund to work this magic for one of the pie paintings