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Just Peachy...

Just Peachy...

A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to share our mini peach pies with peach fans across America. How is this possible, you ask? I thought Pie Bar did not offer shipping at this time?!? Well, my dear e-friends, Georgia Crafted is how. Georgia Crafted curates monthly subscription boxes with your favorite Georgia products, and we were featured in the Georgia Peach subscription box this past June.

Because so many of you have been asking for an inside look at the pie-making process, we thought it would be fun to share with you our mini peach pies' journey from creation to completion (disclaimer: no one has actually asked for this).  So sit back and relax, while I tell you a story, not with my words, but with my  (I-phone 4) camera.

Step 1: Peel the Peaches

This only took about 1 billion hours.

Step 2: Lattice the mini-pies

So.many.tiny.crusts.
 
Step 3: Bake the mini pies

**I have no photo of the pies mid-baking, because I am a blog-novice. I’ll do better next time, I promise.**

Step 4: Photograph the mini-pies

Shout out to our hand model, George Costanza.

Step 5: Wrap mini pies to prepare them for their journey across AMERICA.

Step 6: Eat any and all “ugly” mini-pies that were not suitable for the general public.

Step 7: Regret the amount of pie we consumed.

Step 8: Eat a little more pie (we’re a glutton for fresh peach punishment, apparently).

Step 9: Have a tearful goodbye with all 105 mini-pies that were leaving us to go on to bigger, and better things.

Step 10: Lather, Rinse, and Repeat.

Now that that is over...

All of the Georgia Peach subscription boxes were delivered with success (!!!!), so much so, that you have another chance to order! Check out Georgia Crafted (here) to order your Georgia Peach box OR you can customize your own box to include one of our mini peach pies. If you decide not to order, then don’t ever speak to us again.

Just kidding.

Kind of..