The Chicago Tribune shares some classic recipes, completely free of the dreaded "twist"
The latest trend of modernizing the life out of treasured and time-tested desserts gets kicked aside via this latest post from The Chicago Tribune,
which explores traditional pie recipes like banana and chocolate
cream. An interview with professional baker Paula Haney of Chicago-based Hoosier Mama Pie Shop reveals that many old-fashioned pies are becoming
lost, often due to the stigma of tricky crusts and finicky fillings. But the perfect pie still exists, and as says Haney should "just fill up your mouth with flavor. You hit salty and sweet
To learn more about how to create the perfect pie, head to The Chicago Tribune.