3918 Pine Tree Cir Norman OK United States 73072
Forget cake Marie Antoinette! You should have told the masses to eat pie. In my not so humble pie opinion, there couldn’t possibly be a more satisfying food. What other food can combine all food groups in a single serving? (Don’t try to answer that question). I believe if Marie had said pie, she most likely would have kept her head. But I’ve always been known to be a smart girl; and I love pie.
It is probably a romance that has spanned generations in my family. My mother, a diabetic, would risk a coma to have that creamy slice of custard pie she coveted (we do not recommend for anyone to do the same) . My grandfather was known to hide the last piece of Banoffee or Treacle Pie my grandmother made from the rest of the family; down in his basement workshop. My grandparents, reserved, stiff upper lipped, British immigrants, could get emotional over pie.
I have memories of my parents sitting at a table with their close friends Joe & Wendy at the nearby pie restaurant for hours over slices of pie, strong coffee and good conversation. My sister and I would be at home, foraging for ourselves in jealous teenage angst. Didn’t they know we wanted pie too?
I can’t blame any of them in retrospect. If I wasn’t making pies on a daily basis, I would hoard the last piece too. Quite possibly even from my own children.
But there is no call for that. Even you don’t need to go down the path of self righteous pie hoarding. Nor do you have to deny yourself a slice of creamy, dreamy, gooey, flaky or crunchy, out of this world deliciousness (or a whole pie for that matter, if so inclined). Have no worries. We will make it for you. Even if the pie you are craving isn’t on our menu. Just ask. We make our pies fresh to order from scratch in a home-based kitchen. You can call us or order online. We do not have a store front (yet!). Delivery is available. You may even want to put us on speed dial or bookmark our web address.
A little about me personally: I have recently started this business after returning to Oklahoma. Back to big skies and friendly people. I wanted to be closer to my family and to provide a better way of life for my children. Prior to moving back home, I was living in Chicago (go Cubs!) and Dallas beforehand. I had spent over twenty years in the tedious banking industry, but never felt fulfilled (surprising, I know). In my free time, I was a closet foodie. Let’s be frank: I’m a food geek. Reading cook books is exciting to me. My DVR proves an addiction to food shows. Baking pies has long been a secret love. Everyone wants to do what they love right? So here I am: the romance has gone public.
Thank you in advance for your business. We are looking forward to feeding you.