A Poem by ThunderStorm
July 05, 2009 at 10:04 pm
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40 years of pie
A traditional southern pie, made with lots of love. This is one of the first pies that I ever baked. Still one of the best. Not too sweet with just the right amounts of vanilla and loads of pecans.
Full Custom Custard
A Henry family favorite. This mid-western pie is not your traditional egg custard. I refer to this pie as my "White Trash Creme Brulee'". After you get a taste of this pie you'll know exactly what I mean.
Rhubarb is regarded as THE PIE PLANT. I once found this stuff growing in between my grandparents garage and the fence. I preceded to make the biggest mess you ever saw, but it tasted out of sight. I mix Rhubarb with just about any fruit you like, but just plain Rhubarb kicks butt. Think Sweet Tarts and Jolly Rogers. Gets your jaw right by your ear holes.
Ahh yes, Blueberry. Maybe my all time favorite to eat. Fat Blueberries, a little lemon zest and juice and if I'm feelin' a little squirrelly, I'll throw a shot of Jack Black in that sucker. This is one great pie. All my berry pies are out of sight. Blackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, etc. you can't go wrong.
Lemon zest, lemon juice, sugar, eggs, Buttermilk and a little bit of cornmeal. The lemon zest and the cornmeal bake through with the sugar making an incredible top crust. People go crazy for this lemon pie.
Every time I bake this pie, I've got to towel off my face. I'm worse than my son when it comes to licken' the spatula. Swiss Chocolate and heavy cream for our chocolate ganache equals an amazing chocolate pie experience.
This is not your traditional coconut cream pie. This here's Chess, baby! Toasted coconut in a tangy buttermilk custard. I dig this pie. You will too.
When the season arrives and the peaches are fat and juicy, you don't really need to do a thing. Just chop em' up, add a pinch of nutmeg and a little sugar. Pan it up and viola, Peach Pie. Throw a dollop of whipped cream and this pie will knock your socks right off.
Sweet Potato Pie
Dangerously Delicious Pies take great pride in the fact that we make one of the best in the country. Its taken a long time, but we have that pie down pat. A favorite all year long. Once given to a Drive-By Truckers and he instantly professed his love for the Ramblin' Pie Man. Right back at ya' P.
Mobtown Brown Pie
This here pie is a pecan Pie with a bunch of Swiss Chocolate and caramel. This is a very rich pie. If served cold, warn people to be careful of their dental work. Served warm with a scoop of Waylon's Super Star vanilla ice cream, is where it's at.
Mixed Berry Pie
Blueberry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackberry (whatever berries looks good really) all mixed together for an awesome pie. Bust this pie out at a party or take it to your girl's folks place and make a great impression. It worked for me.
The most requested Pie, probably of all time. One Thanksgiving my apple peeler broke and I was forced to peel, cut, and slice 500 Granny Smith apples. My hands were locked up for two days afterward. So don't go makin' fun of grandma's hands if they look a little stiff. She's probably been bakin' pies for a long, long time. So give grandma a break and pick up a hot, sweet apple pie from the Ramblin' Pie Man at Dangerously Delicious Pies.
Shakes up the traditional apple pie a bit with a crunchy topping of oats, brown sugar and butter. Serve this up anytime you need a taste of something familiar that will never cease to blow your mind.
Caramel Apple Crumb
If all that delicious crumb top just isn't enough for you, how about some caramel sauce to top it all off? Well that's just what caramel apple crumb has in store you all of you with an extra sweet tooth.
Now we're all familiar with that super orange puree that most pumpkin pies are made of, but not a Dangerously Delicious Pumpkin Pie. We roast off fresh pumpkin until it's caramelized and develops a nice deep flavor. Try one during fall and you'll wonder what you were doing eating anything other than our fresh pumpkin pies. It'll change your life.
Only the freshest, most plump blackberries go into this pie with a little sugar and flour to thicken things up, and that's it. What more could you ever want? We label this pie with a lightening bolt just to make sure you know it's gonna be killer.
Loads of sweet, tart raspberries fill up this pie. Simple as that, fruit, a bit of sugar and flour to keep it nice and thick. We would never mess around with our fruit anymore than that.
Coming to you with a heart on top, you know there's nothing sweeter than strawberries. Try one for breakfast instead of toast and jam, you may have to keep one around for every morning.
Everyone says nothing is more American than Apple Pie. Well that may be so, but Cherry is the runner up. We use only fresh, local, sour cherries and there's just nothing else like it. Once summer hits this is the most requested pie and with such a short cherry season you better get your order in fast!
Chocolate Coconut Chess
It's our delicious Coconut Chess Pie liberally drizzled with luscious Swiss chocolate ganache. You know you want one.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Chess
Few things are as magical together as chocolate and peanut butter. This pie has loads of both. Our Chocolate Chess Pie gets swirled with smooth creamy peanut butter, you'll fall in love at first bite.
Super chocolaty, super smooth, super awesome. Topped off with fresh billowy whipped cream it's the perfect way to eat away any troubles.
A smooth pudding like custard topped with freshly whipped cream. Ask for strawberries inside, chocolate on top, or just straight up, you can't go wrong any way.
This pie has quickly climbed to a top selling position. Created especially for Baltimore by one mean Dangerously Delicious Pie slinger, it's loaded with Berger Cookies (a local specialty) that melt down and swirl into a sweet vanilla chess filling. This pie could be the ultimate of decadence
Key Bridge Lime
If you were looking for a pale green key lime pie with little rosettes of "whipped cream", we're sorry but you won't find it at Dangerously Delicious. Just smooth key lime filling (real lime juice and no food dyes) in a lightly toasted, hand pressed, buttery graham cracker crust. Perfect on a hot summer day when you need some cool with a tart kick.
Few things are prettier than fluffy lemon meringue pie. We make ours with a creamy lemon inside and top it off with pillowy sweet meringue.
Steak Mushroom Onion and Gruyere
What more needs to be said? Oh yes, cream. Tender steak, roasted mushrooms and onions, Gruyere cheese, and cream to keep it nice and sloppy. This pie was featured on the Food Network's Road Tasted with the Neelys.
This is not your typical chicken pot pie. No grey, nasty gravy with one pea somewhere inside. This pie is loaded with roasted chicken, potatoes, carrots, peas, corn, cream, and herbs. It is the ultimate comfort pie. Rodney made this pie with Paula Deen on the Food Network's Paula's Best Dishes. Now get yourself some chicken pie!
Chili in a pie. Steak, onions, tomatoes, kidney beans and all the right spices make this one amazing pie.
Sausage Tomato Fennel
We take sweet and hot Italian sausage, roasted fennel and tomatoes add some salt and pepper and throw it into a pie. With most other savory pies being creamy this one is on the lighter side but don't let that fool you this pie still packs a punch!
Hot Rod Potato
Think of potatoes au gratin in pie form. This pie is rich with layers of roasted potatoes, cream, cheeses, onions, and whatever else you want inside bacon, ham, crab, or leave it vegetarian. This pie will make you want to curl up and have some relax time with your slice.
We slow roast pork butt with onions, red and green bell peppers and our homemade barbeque sauce then pull the pork and bake it in a pie. This pie has got some serious kick, that's why it's labeled with XXX watch out, it truely is Dangerously Delicious. This pie was featured on the Food Network's Down Home with the Neelys.
Bacon Onion Gruyere
Real men eat quiche and this is a manly quiche. Filled to the brim with bacon roasted onions and gruyere cheese all held together with our super creamy quiche base. Give it a go guys.
Spinach Goat Cheese
Baby spinach leaves piled high with smooth soft French goat cheese. If you've never had goat cheese this is a good quiche to start with, it's not too funky, but just enough to get you hooked on the good stuff.
Mushroom and Swiss
Mushrooms, and more mushrooms. Perfectly golden on top it's hard to resist
We're always flexible with what goes into our roasted veggie quiche. Some days you'll find mushrooms, onions, peppers, broccoli, potatoes, whatever veggie you want. We stuff it full of the goods so no one ever goes hungry after this quiche.
Broccoli and Cheddar
Fresh broccoli floretts topped off with sharp cheddar cheese. It's like broccoli and cheese sauce in a pie.
Ham and Cheese
Like ham and cheddar? Like ham and Swiss? You choose they'll both take your breath away, and your hunger.
The Cowoby Quiche is a little bit of everything. Whatever we feel like putting in a quiche that day makes it into the cowboy quiche. Potatoes, onions, bacon, ham, cheeses, you've got it.
Crab and Cheddar
Well you can't be in Baltimore without a crab option and this one is killer. Fresh lump crab meat with sharp cheddar cheese and of course a healthy sprinkling of Old Bay.
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to a great poet i salute to a greatest poet of all time Miss Joan D Zombie god bless her
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