July 10, 2012 We couldn't resist bringing you one more post that came out of our audience response to Pie Week last week. One NPR listener used pumpkin pies to help her get off public assistance and on with her life.
July 6, 2012 The outpouring of responses we received — in comments and over email and Twitter — to Pie Week speaks to just how often making and eating pie brings us together.
July 5, 2012 Tim Burton's artwork, at once so playful and so often strangely dark, is perfectly suited to inspiring creative pie making in Los Angeles, as entries in KCRW's annual pie contest last year proved.
July 5, 2012 Vinegar pie and green tomato pie don't usually top the list of America's favorite sweets. But in Depression-era America, these and other desperation pies that survive today showed off home cooks' ingenuity.
July 4, 2012 As part of Pie Week on Morning Edition, Senior National Correspondent Linda Wertheimer shares her chess pie recipe and insights into its origin. It's a Southern pie with Oklahoma roots to her, but its history goes back much, much further.
June 29, 2012 Meat Week's almost over. It's time for Pie Week! Here's a preview: If you are scared of pie crust, we've got tips from the CIA that boil it down to a basic 3:2:1 ratio.
June 20, 2012 Our audience, like the rest of America, loves apple pie — we're traditionalists. But in growing numbers, Americans are branching out to chocolate; key lime and cherry.
June 19, 2012 The first pies were called "coffins" and full of meat, but for modern Americans, it's all about apple pie. Help us prepare for NPR's Pie Week by taking our survey and voting for your favorite pie.