Pie Among Friends: Recipes from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge
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Pie Among Friends: Recipes from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge


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These recipes are from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge. Our second event had fewer entrants than last year but just as many pie fans in attendance, and we were able to raise $1500 for the Hyde Park/Kenwood Hunger Programs.

The Pie Challenge has taken on the feel of a tradition already, and the neighbors who came out to eat pie and support the Hunger Programs have become friends and collaborators. Once again wonderful musicians donated their talents, friends created beautiful decorations, and Girl Scouts served pie--pie in diverse, gorgeous abundance. New types on the table this year included peanut butter pie, green rhubarb pie, and Shaker lemon pie filled with lemon slices. We invite you to peruse our entrants' recipes and try many of them out! We think you will be as impressed as we were with the fine pies that graced our Pie Challenge tables this year. -- Julie Vassilatos, South Side Pie Challenge Organizer

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These recipes are from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge. Our second event had fewer entrants than last year but just as many pie fans in attendance, and we were able to raise $1500 for the Hyde Park/Kenwood Hunger Programs.

The Pie Challenge has taken on the feel of a tradition already, and the neighbors who came out to eat pie and support the Hunger Programs have become friends and collaborators. Once again wonderful musicians donated their talents, friends created beautiful decorations, and Girl Scouts served pie--pie in diverse, gorgeous abundance. New types on the table this year included peanut butter pie, green rhubarb pie, and Shaker lemon pie filled with lemon slices. We invite you to peruse our entrants' recipes and try many of them out! We think you will be as impressed as we were with the fine pies that graced our Pie Challenge tables this year. -- Julie Vassilatos, South Side Pie Challenge Organizer

Look for South Side Pie Challenge updates at

facebook.com/South Side Pie Challenge

and

southsidepie.wordpress.comnizer.

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Black and Blue Mango Pie by Chris Andrews
Chris makes this pie every year to mark the end of Spring Quarter -- and to feed a crew of hungry physiology TAs-- in the Biological Sciences Collegiate Division at the University of Chicago. From Great Pies & Tarts by Carol Walter, Clarkson Potter Publishers

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Fudge Pecan Pie by Rebecca Luttrell
A friend told me I was a heretic for putting chocolate in a pecan pie, so think of this pie as "sinfully delicious." Rebecca's pie took Third Place in the Nut Category. http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013 Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission.

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Brown Derby Pie by Shelley and Sarah Barnard
Remarkably easy and dependably delicious.

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Autumn Orchard Pie by Hannah Mark

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Lemon Chess Pie by Kate Baldwin
Lemon Chess took first place in the Crème Category. Regular yellow cornmeal (not stone ground) works best here. Make the filling before baking the shell so the cornmeal has time to soften. Adding the filling when the pie shell is still warm reduces the pie’s cooking time slightly.

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S'Cream Pie by Deborah Weaver
The perfect post-Halloween pie to deplete your trick-or-treater's candy haul (or the left-over candy unclaimed by trick-or-treaters. S'Cream took third place in the Crème Category. Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission. http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013

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Pleasing Pumpkin Pie by Shannan Younger and Megan McFadden.
Pleasing Pumpkin took third place in the Pumpkin/Sweet Potato Category

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Autumnal Rhubarb Pie by Peggy Sanders
Autumnal Rhubarb took third place in the Fruit Category.

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The McNutty ( or walnut chocolate whiskey pie) by Shawn Greene

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Dutch Apple Pie by Sandra Henley

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Peter, Peter by Deborah Molasky
Deborah's deep dish pumpkin pie won First Prize in the Pumpkin/Sweet Potato Category

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A Turtle Named Chocolate by Angeliki Vassilatos
Turtle won Second Prize in the Crème Category

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Blueberry pie with (mostly) whole wheat crust by Andy Howard
Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission. http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013

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Mince Tarts with Honey-Butter Sauce by Julie Vassilatos
Julie Vassilatos is the organizer of The Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge

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Ang's Apple Pie Recipe by Jan Holt
Jan was the judge in the Pumpkin/Sweet Potato Category

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Ugle by Ysobel Gallo
Ugle took third place in the Nut Category

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Cherry Almond Pie by Paul Mollica
Paul's sour cherry pie took First Place in the Fruit Category One key to the success of this recipe is using fresh cherries in season. Sour cherries have a short season in the Midwest in June/July, so be prepared to pounce on them. We eat several of these pies in season. I usually buy 6 quarts from the farmer's market to set aside pitted and frozen for later use. Frozen cherries work very well. Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013

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Green Room's Blueberry Pie
The Pre-School's Green Room at Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School voted on blueberry for their pie and came up with this delicious recipe.

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Shaker Lemon Pie by Robin Sindelar
There are many recipes out there for this type of pie. The Shakers didn't want to waste anything so they used the lemon peel in the pie along with the fruit of the lemon. This is the way I make it. Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission. http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013

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Scrumtrulescent Blueberry by Katie Maher-Lipinski
Scrumtrulescent took Second Place in the Fruit Category.  Photo by Jerry Coyne, used with permission. http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2013          . Katie Maher-Lipinski

These recipes are from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge. Our second event had fewer entrants than last year but just as many pie fans in attendance, and we were able to raise $1500 for the Hyde Park/Kenwood Hunger Programs. The Pie Challenge has taken on the feel of a tradition already, and the neighbors who came out to eat pie and support the Hunger Programs have become friends and collaborators. Once again wonderful musicians donated their talents, friends created beautiful decorations, and Girl Scouts served pie--pie in diverse, gorgeous abundance. New types on the table this year included peanut butter pie, green rhubarb pie, and Shaker lemon pie filled with lemon slices. We invite you to peruse our entrants' recipes and try many of them out! We think you will be as impressed as we were with the fine pies that graced our Pie Challenge tables this year. -- Julie Vassilatos, South Side Pie Challenge Organizer Look for South Side Pie Challenge updates at facebook.com/South Side Pie Challenge and southsidepie.wordpress.comnizer. -

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These recipes are from the Second Annual South Side Pie Challenge. Our second event had fewer entrants than last year but just as many pie fans in attendance, and we were able to raise $1500 for the Hyde Park/Kenwood Hunger Programs. The Pie Challenge has taken on the feel of a tradition already, and the neighbors who came out to eat pie and support the Hunger Programs have become friends and collaborators. Once again wonderful musicians donated their talents, friends created beautiful decorations, and Girl Scouts served pie--pie in diverse, gorgeous abundance. New types on the table this year included peanut butter pie, green rhubarb pie, and Shaker lemon pie filled with lemon slices. We invite you to peruse our entrants' recipes and try many of them out! We think you will be as impressed as we were with the fine pies that graced our Pie Challenge tables this year. -- Julie Vassilatos, South Side Pie Challenge Organizer Look for South Side Pie Challenge updates at facebook.com/South Side Pie Challenge and southsidepie.wordpress.comnizer. -


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This collection comes from some of the entrants in the first annual South Side Pie Challenge held in Chicago this past November. While there has been a well-established apple pie contest for several years on the north side of the city, we felt the south side needed a showcase for its pies too, and we opened the doors wide to four types of pies: fruit, nut, crème, and sweet potato/pumpkin. Fifty-two bakers brought us their best, and eight judges carefully considered them. We organizers were thrilled with the response we got to our call for bakers. The day of the Pie Challenge was a wonderful community gathering at a local grade school. Hundreds of folks came out to eat pie, helping us raise money for a good cause: $2000 for the Hyde Park/Kenwood Hunger Programs. Twenty-two of our entrants submitted their recipes for our e-book, which was prepared by Susan Carton. We hope you enjoy perusing this collection and find some new favorites for your own family gatherings. Julie Vassilatos and Kate Agarwal, South Side Pie Challenge co-organizers Susan Carton, South Side Pie Challenge cookbook coordinator