Best Pie Bakeoff: The Prizes

We kicked off our Best Pie Bakeoff last Friday, and now it's time to tell you about the prizes. Now - don't misunderstand. The main point of our Pie Bakeoff (and this whole month of pie coverage) is to share all our best pie tips so we can all have a star pie on the Thanksgiving table. But a few of the most charming entries will indeed win a pretty prize or two...

Best Pie Bakeoff Prizes

Two Category Winners
Here's what the two reader-chosen winners will receive for the best pie recipe:

• Pie plates: The winner of the Classic category will receive a Hess earthenware pie plate, and the winner of the Original category will receive an Emile Henry pie dish.
• A copy of Flo Braker's brand-new (and gorgeous!) hard cover book, Baking for All Occasions: A Treasury of Recipes for Every Celebration, published by Chronicle Books.
• A jar of Zingerman's very special, extra fancy Italian Wild Cherries. ($48 value). These would make an incredibly flavorful and special mix-in or topping for nearly any pie. (Great for cocktails too.)

Three Special Mentions
Our editorial team will choose three special mentions, and they will get:

• One Emile Henry pie dish.
• A copy of Flo Braker's Baking for All Occasions: A Treasury of Recipes for Every Celebration, published by Chronicle Books.

Everyone!
What we'll all get through the Best Pie Bakeoff:

• Lots of new pie recipes.
• Increased confidence and good ideas for holiday pies.

What are you waiting for? Send us your pies!

* P.S. For various reasons we cannot ship prizes to non-US locations. However, if you have a US address (of a friend or relative, say) feel free to enter using their address. Also, if you are willing to forgo your chance at a prize and enter just to share your pie, please email us through our contact form.

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.

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