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Bake the Book: Malted Chess Pie

Emma Kobolakis 4 comments

This is a simple chess pie with a double dose of malt in the filling, thanks to malt syrup and malt powder. An optional malt-flavored whipped cream topping is suggested, which is a great idea if you plan to eat this pie solo. More

Bake the Book: Chai Chess Pie

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For those of you who prefer to eat their drinks instead of sip them, First Prize Pies has come up with Chai Chess Pie, a sweetly spiced pie that relies on the complex flavors of cardamom, cloves, and tea leaves. More

Holiday Baking: Rum-Raisin Chess Pie

MarĂ­a del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

Chess pie, a classic Southern dessert, gets tipsy with rum-poached raisins. More

Bake the Book: Cranberry Chess Pie

Emma Kobolakis Post a comment

For those of you who can't get enough cranberries at Thanksgiving dinner, we've got a recipe that mixes them with buttermilk and orange zest, turning out a balanced pie with sweet and sour elements. More

Bake the Book: Chess Pie with Blackened Pineapple Salsa

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Chess Pie is rumored to get its name from the chests it would be stored in while waiting for company to arrive. According to that legend, over time, "chest" became "chess". Regardless of where the name came from, it is undoubtedly a true Southern classic. Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a new Southern Kitchen dirties it up with a blackened pineapple salsa. More

Pie of the Week: Rosewater Lime Transparent Pie

Sarah Baird 7 comments

The Kentucky regional favorite, Transparent Pie, gets a twist with the addition of rose and lime. More

Pie of the Week: Meyer Lemon Chess Pie

Carrie Vasios Mullins 1 comment

The humble Chess Pie gets a seasonal update with floral Meyer lemons. More

Pie of the Week: Chess Pie

Lauren Weisenthal 9 comments

If you've got a super, ooey, gooey, sticky sweet tooth, then this classic pie from the South is for you. More

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