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Pie Face, Homemade Heaven

The most traditional and popular dessert served at Thanksgiving Dinner is the pie.  Born from the highly favored English tarts and pastries, pies were first baked in America when the first settlers arrived. The early Americans found it easier to bake pies rather than bread during tough times because they require less flour. The first pies consisted of meats, more savory than sweet.  The pies today derived from experimenting with different ingredients thus making them sweet desserts.

Baking pies from scratch is what Fredda Rose of Kuna does for a living. Fredda opened Pie Face in May of 2008 due to the high demand for her delicious pies that she has been baking for years. She was always to be found selling her pies at the local farmers market. As head baker, Fredda creates dazzling 10 inch pies of every kind imaginable, all of which are five star rated.

Pies at Pie Face are made to order and are even served by the slice-a very generous slice! Fredda's #1 selling pie is her caramel apple pie. She is not stingy when it comes to filling this pie to the top and over, and it doesn't stop until it is drizzled with a ribbon of sweet caramel. These pies put frozen and store bought pies to shame!

Pie Face Menu:

Cream Pies-chocolate, blueberry, lemon, rhubarb, banana, and coconut

Custard

Berry Pies-blueberry, boysenberry, cherry, strawberry rhubarb

Mincemeat, cherry mincemeat

Peach

Pecan

Pumpkin

Peanut Butter

Raisin Sour Cream

Pie Face is located at 346 W. 4th St. in Kuna

Hours of operation: Wed-Thurs-Friday 9:30 to 5:00 Sat. 10:00 to 4:00

For more information or to have your bakery featured contact me.

Comments

  • Laurie Hulbert 4 years ago

    I love reading about all your visits to these different bakeries! I always want to go and try everything that you describe to us and it is nice that you show a picture each time. Keep it up!

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