Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
An artisan pie, etc., bakery. All products are crafted with care from a licensed kitchen.
Pie crusts are made with AA butter, my special combination of unbleached wheat flours, a pinch of sea salt, and spring water. An all butter (no shortening) crust, is flaky, with a superb buttery flavor, and no trans fats. Unbleached flour, is flour that has not been through the chemical process of bleaching. Unbleached flour imparts a richer flavor to the crust. Fillings are all natural and obtained locally when possible. Baking powder, when used, is NON GMO, and aluminum free.
All pies are made in licensed kitchens,
Trish's Bakery, and MLE's Kitchen,
using Trish's original pie and pie crust recipes.
After Columbus day in October until mid April
pies are available on a per order basis only
If you would like to place an order please call
Trish's Bakery - 207-389-2313
MLE's Kitchen - 207-443-6857
For best flavor, serve pies warm or at room temperature.
8 inch pies serve five to six. 9 inch pies serve six to eight.
8 inch pies - $16.00
Holiday and Special Pies Pricing
8 inch pies - $20.00
9inch pies - $24.00
Freezing a Baked Pie
When the pie has cooled to room temperature, place the pie, uncovered, loosely covered, or in it's original pie box, in the refrigerator to become cold, (up to 4 hours) before freezing. This will ensure a quicker freeze. A quicker freeze results in less damaging ice crystals forming in the pie as it freezes. After chilling, place the pie, uncovered, loosely covered, or in it's original pie box, in the freezer. (Tightly covering the pie, before it is completely frozen, may cause the filling to bubble up through the vents in the top crust as it freezes.) When completely frozen, up to 6 hours, wrap the pie in freezer wrap, or a freezer vacuum bag system, and place back in the freezer. Frozen, baked fruit pies will keep up to 4 months in the freezer.
Warming a Frozen Pre-Baked Pie
Remove the pie from the freezer, unwrap, and thaw at room temperature for 1 hour. Bake pie at 375o for approximately 35 to 45 minutes, protecting the edges with a shield ring or aluminum foil. A temperature probe inserted in the center of the pie should read 110o to 140o, depending on how warm you like your pie. 110o is nicely warm, 140o is very warm, 160o or higher may cause a burn to your mouth. Your pie is now ready to serve and enjoy!
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Trish's Bakery, 1654 Main Road, Phippsburg, Maine Tele: 207-389-2313