Pie Plates

14 Pie Plates Worthy of Showcasing Your Blue Ribbon Desserts

Whether you're baking a pie packed with holiday-appropriate pumpkin or pecans, flavored with year-round favorite chocolate, or bursting with summer fruit (soon!)—or making a savory pie for that matter...

Artsy Chocolate at Mast, Mount Kisco...

by gutreactions 1 year ago

The Mast Brothers moved their company Mast Chocolates up from Brooklyn to Mount Kisco about a year ago. They took over a long building along S. Moger Ave. just down from Metro-North station, and re...

Cheap baking pan question

by Duane70515 1 year ago

I want to bake some pies for our local first responders. I want to use some cheap single use pans. Does anyone have an idea how to adjust temperature and cooking time so pies don't burn? I use glas...

Hey all. Converting a 9" pie recipe to a 10 1/2" pie pan, how is it done?

by certifiedhumane 9 years ago

Hey all good evening, hope you are either enjoying a nice dinner or getting ready for one! I am in the mood for trying out a pie recipe (have never made pie before) and am having trouble matchi...

Pyrex pie plate, use for other baking?

by fort8 2 years ago

I just got 2 pyrex glass pie plates as a gift and I don't make pies. Can I use them for making other things. I'm not much of the chef.

Help identifying Emile Henry dishes?

by Amy2018 3 years ago

I recently inherited a box of kitchenware including a couple of Emile Henry dishes. Does anyone have any information on this dish, what year it was manufactured? I tried google but couldn’t find it...

Worried my pie pan will break

by rds246 10 years ago

Most pie recipes I use call for putting the crust (in pie pan) in the fridge or freezer to chill before filling it. I understand the purpose of this, BUT my favorite pie pan is my glass Pyrex pan, ...

Pie crusts adhering to pie plate

by cpboudreau 15 years ago

I bake Key Lime pies and Pecan pies and have tried pre-baking the pie crust and not pre-baking yet the crusts always adheres to the pie plate. It becomes part of the pie plate and impossible to re...

Best tart/pie crust tips

by imanewbie 4 years ago

I’m on a mission to make the best damn fruit tarte. I’ve found a custard recipe I really like but now I wanna make the perfect crust. Because what’s the point of lovely custard if it’s accompan...

Pie has a problem-- the search for the elusive 7 inch pie dish

by JudiAU 14 years ago

Fruit pies are delicious. I freeze a lot of them in season. We eat a lot of them. I give away a lot of them. And fruit pie is best the day that is baked although the next morning's breakfast pie is...

what happened to regular 8" glass Pyrex pie pans?

by Claudette 9 years ago

I have not bought a glass pie pan in many years, but after moving 1,000 miles, I've broken or lost a bunch of equipment. It seems that now all of the stores only sell the new, bigger, fluted Pyrex ...

Looking for a 6.5-inch pie pan

by solon 5 years ago

I like to make half recipes of pie in a small pie pan. The only one I've been able to find that is the right size (6-1/2") is an aluminum pan that is carried at Sur la Table and some other outlets...

Silicone pans for pies?

by Mistral 12 years ago

Anyone using silicone pans for pies and quiches? I was wondering if it is more difficult to line the flexible silicone pan with pastry and trim etc than the rigid tin variety? The silicone pan i...

pie plate mystery, please help me solve

by addicted2cake 6 years ago

This may sound a little strange, but whenever I bake a pie, the bottom of my pie plate (outside bottom, not baked bottom crust) is very greasy. I use glass pyrex 9 inch pie plates. What is causin...

Help making apple pie without a pie dish

by brighton312 11 years ago

I don't have access to any oven-proof pans at the moment, so I can't bake my usual apple pie. I have all the ingredients, an oven, one skillet, and a powerful craving for apple pie. Can anyone sugg...

Best individual pie plates (for pot pies)

by jasimo17 11 years ago

I am a pie making machine! I would like to buy some bakeware to make individual pot pies. Most recipes call for 12 oz individual pot pie dishes. However, I am struggling to find any. I have sp...

Any fruit pies in GTA similar to The Pie Plate (NOTL)?

by Royaljelly 7 years ago

Had a fantastic peach/blueberry pie at The Pie Plate on my way home from NOTL. Is there any shop in GTA that does fruit pies in a similar way? Their crust and sweetness level of the fruits is j...

Emile Henry pie pan --will I be sorry?

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by blue room 11 years ago

I'd love to have this http://www.williams-sonoma.com/products/emile-henry-artisan-ruffled-pie-dish/?pkey=cpie-pans-tart-pans I want the white one--but will it be impossible to get an intact (m...

Glass Pie Plates?

by bk 16 years ago

Looks like that's all I have in my cupboard. Does baking time or anything else about a recipe need to be changed when using a glass vs metal pie plate? It's been a long time since I've baked a...

Tin-Plated Steel Pie Pans

by carloseltejano 7 years ago

Attention avid pie bakers--why did commercial bakeries formerly (as in 50+ years ago) use metal pie pans? Were they tin-plated steel, or just steel? These metal pie pans often had the company name ...

testing pie plates

by rmarisco 7 years ago

i pulled out my pie plates yesterday and did a little test: i have 3 different 9" pie plates from different manufacturers (emile henry, le creuset, and unmarked glass). i have always suspected th...