The first citation states “as easy as pie” originated in Australia in the 1920s. It grew from the term “pie on” or “pie at” which means to be very good at something. The root is the Maori word “pai” which means “good”. Hence, if you’re good at something it will be as easy as pie.
Out On A Limb Pie Company, demonstrates there is nothing easy about her pies. In fact these are pain staking creations of lots of scientific development and meticulously crafted amazingly baked concoctions. For her it has become “Easy as Pie”. By her, I am referring to Juli. Owner and baker extrodinare of Out on a Limb Pie Company. A self started side gig 20 years in the baking, that’s trying to find its way to cooling in windows of every house in the Quad Cities, the MidWest, the Country, then maybe outer space?
Doc Kaalberg Goes Out On A Limb To Recommend This Iowa Pie Company
Why not? After taking one bite of this cherry pie, I don’t see why it shouldn’t be circling the stratosphere. Maybe some scientific reason, I don’t know. I barely passed High school English let alone science class. The fresh picked cherries from Door County, Wisconsin reminded me of my childhood. I’d pick fresh cherries off our backyard tree, tears streaming down my face. Relishing the taste of ripe cherries while picking out the most painless looking switch for my folks to use for whatever mischievous thing I’d done that day. Ahh reminiscing.
With other varieties of pies your sure to find one you love as well. Juli only releases the best her kitchen produces, so picking your favorite should be the only hard choice. Check out her page, her Instagram and her website for more ordering.
Your friend in food, and a fan of pies again.
Doc
Doc Kaalberg Goes Out On A Limb To Recommend This Iowa Pie Company
Sean Leary is an author, director, artist, musician, producer and entrepreneur who has been writing professionally since debuting at age 11 in the pages of the Comics Buyers Guide. An honors graduate of the University of Southern California masters program, he has written over 50 books including the best-sellers The Arimathean, Every Number is Lucky to Someone and We Are All Characters.
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