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Folksy and full of humor, Humble Pie is more than just an evocative journey through a life lived in pie.
Humble Pie : Musings on What Lies Beneath the Crust
It is a culinary manifesto for a pie renaissance, inviting readers to take up their rolling pins and revive an endangered slice of American culture. Dimock advises us all to "Roll back the apprehension, the doubt, and enter the childlike state of grace where all things are possible and anything lost can be found again.
The pie you seek resides not only in memory and imagination--your next piece of pie begins right here. Anne Dimock writes and makes pies from her home in Afton, Minn.
A creative writer working in prose, poetry, music, drama, and playwriting, Anne began the series that evolved into Humble Pie for the Afton Paper , where she was a monthly contributor. In addition to her stewardship of the next generation of pie makers, Anne is a sought-after writer and speaker for women's cancer support audiences. This is a lovely and elegant memoir. Anne Dimock's passion is so contagious she even has me, who has never baked a pie, thinking about taking the pie-making plunge.
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