Pies are one of America's favorite desserts whether it's Christmas, Thanksgiving, or the Fourth of July. The holiday season may be over, but the pie eating doesn't have to be. January 23 is National Pie Day, and you can use this as an excuse to bake and eat pie all day!
Don't know how to make a pie? Use these books to help to plan both dinner and dessert!
- "Perfect pies : the best sweet and savory recipes from America's pie-baking champion" by Michele Stuart.
- "Dinner pies : from shepherd's pies and pot pies to turnovers, quiches, hand pies, and more" by Ken Haedrich.
- "A year of pies : a seasonal tour of home baked pies" by Ashley English.
All PLS branches will close Monday, January 21st for Martin Luther King, Jr Day. We will resume regular hours on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Here is a brief history of Martin Luther King Jr Day via Encyclopedia Britannica:
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day is a U.S. holiday celebrated on the third Monday in January.
It honors the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr. King, a Baptist minister, was a leader in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s in the United States.
King was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1964.
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