* a taste of summer *

This be my first attempt at making Cherry-Berry Pie from The Enchanted Broccoli Forest by Mollie Katzen, author of Moosewood Cookbook. Moosewood cookbooks I use pretty much on a daily basis. The pie turned out delish and the recipe was vegan to boot - I used soy milk and soy butter instead. I prefer baked things not overly sweet, so I tend to reduce the sugar content and always add a good dose of Bob's Red Mill Ground Flax Seeds (it's great sprinkled on toast, yogurt, cereal, almost anything). Just about every bowl, spoon, and inch of counter space was used, but how nice when it's fragrantly baking in the oven (during the huge clean-up process, lol). Here's to summer, and lets make it à la mode!


Kingfisher Farm said...

ohhh That looks yummy! That would be good right now that I just came in from walking the dogs! Pam

Peng Peng said...

sorry, p.. i'm down to my last slice and it's for ME! I will think of you with every mouthwatering bite. LOL!

pitting 2 cups of cherries, a real task, but worth it :)

Melissa & Emmitt said...

hi pp!
oh that looks delicious! pie baking is not easy! you are so talented in so many ways!
have a great day!

theresa said...

vegan pie--I'm in! My kiddo has an allergy to milk so that looks like a great dessert to make him. I'll have to keep an eye out for the cookbook.