November 13, 2013

Book your pies for Thanksgiving

 

AURORA PROVISIONS

64 Pine St., Portland

871-9060

auroraprovisions.com

Aurora Provisions will be baking pumpkin pie, apple pie, Dutch apple pie, peach pie, blueberry pie, tri-berry pie and cherry pie, all for $17.99 each. They’re also making a bourbon pecan pie for $18.99 and a chocolate cream pie for $19.99.

The gourmet grocery and cafe asks that all orders be in by Nov. 25, but says they should have plenty of pies available all week. They will be open Thanksgiving morning from 9 to 11 a.m. for last-minute pick-ups.

EUROPEAN BAKERY & TEA ROOM

395 U.S. Route 1, Falmouth

781-3541

europeanbakeryinc.com

European Bakery’s pie selection includes apple, banana cream, chocolate cream, chocolate pecan, coconut cream, lemon meringue, mincemeat, pecan, pumpkin and more.

The pies are 9-inch extra deep, and cost ranges between $15.25 and $16.75. Orders should be placed by Nov. 23 for the best selection, but the bakery will accept orders right up to the morning of Nov. 27. The bakery will be open Thanksgiving week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, but it will be closed Thanksgiving Day.

KATIE MADE BAKERY

147 Cumberland Ave., Portland

771-0994

katiemadebakery.com

Offering apple, blueberry, mixed berry, harvest (apple, pear cranberry and walnut), pumpkin and pecan pies. All pies are 9-inch and cost $20. Orders must be placed by Nov. 25.

LITTLE BIGS

340 Main St., South Portland

747-4233

littlebigsmaine@gmail.com

facebook.com/LittleBigs

Little Bigs will be making hand pies in individual and “two-bite” sizes. Sweet pies include pumpkin, pecan, apple streusel and wild blueberry. Savory pies include steak pasties, turkey-dinner-in-a-pie, spicy pork pies, Texas chili empanadas and spinach artichoke turnovers. Pick-up or delivery available Thanksgiving morning.

ROSEMONT MARKET & BAKERY

580 Brighton Ave., Portland

774-8129

rosemontmarket.com

Rosemont is making bourbon pecan pie, with Maker’s Mark and toasted pecans ($15.99); local apple pie with lattice crust ($13.99); Maine wild blueberry pie with lattice crust ($13.99); and pumpkin pie, in a toasted walnut shortbread crust ($13.99). All pies are 9-inch, serve 6 to 8 people, and have all-butter crusts made with Kate’s Butter.

Order deadline is the end of the day Nov. 22. Pies will be available for pick-up Nov. 26 and 27.

THE COOKIE JAR

554 Shore Road, Cape Elizabeth

799-0671

cookiejarbakers.com

The Cookie Jar makes 14 varieties of handmade pie for Thanksgiving. Customer favorites are pumpkin, apple, chocolate cream and lemon meringue.

Two-crust pies cost $7.99 for 6 inches; $13.99 for 8 inches; $15.99 for 10 inches. A 10-inch pecan pie costs $21.99.

Deadline for ordering is Nov. 23, but they will take last-minute requests.

This year The Cookie Jar is running a special with its neighbor, Fiddlehead Flowers and Vintage Chic Gifts. If you order by Nov. 21, you’ll receive a discount coupon for 15 percent off your Thanksgiving flower order.

TWO FAT CATS

47 India St., Portland

347-5144

twofatcatsbakery.com

Two Fat Cats’ Thanksgiving menu includes apple ($22), bourbon pecan ($22), pumpkin ($18), blueberry ($20) and cherry ($22). All pies are 9 inches.

Order by phone or in person through Nov. 22. All orders must be pre-paid.

WILD OATS

149 Maine St., Brunswick

725-6287

wildoatsbakery.com

Pies are made from scratch with hand-formed, all-butter crusts. Varieties this year are traditional pumpkin, pecan, cherry lattice and a wild Maine blueberry and mixed-berry pie that is available with double crust or crumb topping. Wild Oats also will offer a homemade chocolate mousse pie made with fresh Maine cream, a key lime pie and a lemon blueberry pie.

Pies cost either $18.95 or $19.95. Order through Nov. 23 for pick-up on either Nov. 26 or Nov. 27 (7 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Closed Thanksgiving.

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