Piewrite Short but sweet visit from Anna Engelhorn, once and always neighbor. Apple pie. August 22, 2023. I Heart Apple Pie. For Cousins Lynne Ballatore and Dan South. July 17, 2023. Berry Scary Pie. That’s because it’s boo-berry. October 30, 2021. Toodaloo to Sukie. She’s moving away, but we will visit. Apple Pie with Screwdriver Pie Crust. October 24, 2021. Cherry Pie inspired by Liza Lou’s Kitchen, a spectacular beaded masterpiece at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Story and recipe at Liza Lou’s Sparkly Museum-Quality Cherry Pie. Apple Pie, just what the doctor ordered. To help a friend get better soon, July 14, 2021. Go 4th. Apple Pie with Screwdriver Pie Crust for Fourth of July 2021. April 12, 2019. Apple Pie to share at Lynn and Willy’s sugar shack. Honoring Sweet Willy’s, the best maple syrup there is. September 24, 2016. After several pizzas from our new wood-fired oven, the final pie is “not pizza.” It is the King’s Peach Pie with Screwdriver Pie Crust. Rounded Pi Day, 2016, with a well-rounded Lemon Sponge Pie. Ten Digits of Pi, 3.14.15 at 9:26:53. Apple Pie with Edith’s Flaky Pie Crust. Pi Day 2014. Mike Nappley Pie, 10/22/13, proclaiming Napoli at the core of the Red Sox lineup for Game 1 of the World Series. Pi Day, 3.14.13. Circumferance divided by diameter. Also our daughter’s initials. The fifth largest Boston snowstorm on record, the Blizzard of ’13 dropped 24.9″ as of 2 PM, February 9. Edgar Allan Poe, born in Boston and buried in Baltimore, had an eerie effect on the dismaying Patriots/Ravens AFL Playoff game, January 20, 2013, the day after his birthday. With 99.9999 percent CERNtainty, this pie contains Higgs Bosonberries. At least everything that comes into contact with it gains mass. Shared with Harry and Lois Klein, July 6, 2012. A hug and a quiche for baby Charlotte, daughter of Owen and Kate and granddaughter of Lynn and Willy, April 29, 2012. Zucchini Quiche with a pastry crust. We’re eating our words, March 30, 2012—or at least one of them from the Brookline Spelling Bee on March 11. Team Captain Leah Greenwald led us to near victory, coming in as runners-up. Our “fistmeal” was actually the original spelling. Daylight Saving Pie. Lose a slice of time, gain a slice of pie. March 10, 2012. Heather Ryan’s Cranberry Apple Pie inspires the OccuPie Brookline Movement. Everyone deserves a bigger piece of the pie. October 30, 2011. Sox out. Sunlight fading. No wonder it’s National Depression Awareness Month. “Ugh-tober.” Almost went with “Foctober,” but that is a little crude for an apple pie. October 1, 2011. “EAT” stands for Eli, Ariel and Tanya, coming here on a happy visit. Apple pie, September 10, 2011. It’s getting ominous. Prepare for the hurricane with Prepear Streusel Pie. Storm due August 27, 2011. Jacoby Ellsberry Pie, August 20, 2011. To honor my mom’s favorite Red Sox player. Let’s cut the deficit pie. I.O.U.S.A., July 16, 2011. The long awaited return of Whitey Bulger, June 25, 2011.