If you want a good meal, good fellowship and a chance to hone your pie crust making skills, join us. We will be feasting on pies – chicken pot and quiche and dessert pies. We will also be making pie crusts under the guidance of Al Johnson who used to make 30 pies a year during his farming days. Bring in your own pie pans and if you like your own filling and you can go home with a fully made pie or a ready to use pie crust.
One twist – everyone will make one practice crust which will be turned into Thanksgiving Squash pies for children of Homefront families. Homefront is dedicated to breaking the cycle of Poverty in the Trenton area. The meal is part of the tutoring program at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Washington Crossing in whose garden the butternut squash for these pies was grown. Hope you can join us.